In this article, you’ll learn how to draw Sakura tree using python

**Prerequisites:**

- Python Basics
- turtle module

**Install Necessary Modules:**

Open your Prompt and type and run the following command (individually):

`pip install turtle`

is a pre-installed Python library that allows users to create pictures and shapes with a provided, virtual canvas.`turtle`

- We can use functions like turtle.forward(…) and turtle.right(…) which can move the turtle around.
- The onscreen pen you use to draw is called the turtle.

Once Installed now we can import it inside our python code.

**Source Code:**

''' Python Program to Create Digital Clock ''' # Import necessary modules! import turtle import random from turtle import * from time import sleep static_turtle = turtle.Turtle() frame = turtle.Screen() def tree(branch_len, inner_turtle): if branch_len > 3: if 9 <= branch_len <= 12: if random.randint(0, 2) == 0: inner_turtle.color("snow") else: inner_turtle.color("lightcoral") inner_turtle.pensize(branch_len / 3) elif branch_len < 9: if random.randint(0, 1) == 0: inner_turtle.color("snow") else: inner_turtle.color("lightcoral") inner_turtle.pensize(branch_len / 2) else: inner_turtle.color("sienna") inner_turtle.pensize(branch_len / 10) inner_turtle.forward(branch_len) angle_elem = 1.5 * random.random() inner_turtle.right(20 * angle_elem) length_elem = 1.5 * random.random() tree(branch_len - 10 * length_elem, inner_turtle) inner_turtle.left(40 * angle_elem) tree(branch_len - 10 * length_elem, inner_turtle) inner_turtle.right(20 * angle_elem) inner_turtle.up() inner_turtle.backward(branch_len) inner_turtle.down() def petal(maxim, inner_turtle): for i in range(maxim): right_branch = 300 - 500 * random.random() left_branch = 30 - 50 * random.random() inner_turtle.up() inner_turtle.forward(left_branch) inner_turtle.left(90) inner_turtle.forward(right_branch) inner_turtle.down() inner_turtle.color("lightcoral") inner_turtle.circle(1) inner_turtle.up() inner_turtle.backward(right_branch) inner_turtle.right(90) inner_turtle.backward(left_branch) if __name__ == '__main__': static_turtle = turtle.Turtle() my_frame = turtle.Screen() getscreen().tracer(5, 0) turtle.screensize(bg="#f3cef5") static_turtle.left(90) static_turtle.up() static_turtle.backward(150) static_turtle.down() static_turtle.color("sienna") tree(60, static_turtle) petal(100, static_turtle) my_frame.exitonclick()