Wednesday, May 4

Blossoming





19 comments:

  1. Perfection!
    I imagine it is most pleasant in the garden right now. Enjoy
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  2. Gosh, things are much, much further along for you than over on the west coast. As always, your photos are lovely:-}

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    1. Let's hope fruit follows, Jayne.

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  3. Hope you're getting lots of plot time.. the weather's warming up at last!

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  4. I haven't got any leaves on my trees yet, never mind blossom! Please don't say those are all apples!

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    1. The top three are pear, Deborah as is the sixth photos. The last two are cherry, just the two pink blossom photos are apple

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  5. That amount of blossom puts my trees' feeble efforts to shame! Still, this year I'm hoping for better things, having purchased a lovely apple tree from Stephen at Victoriana NG.

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    1. The blossom is lovely but it will be how much fruit manages to set which will be the measure of success, Mark.

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  6. Wow! That's so much of beautiful blossoms on trees!! Soon you will have so many fruits dangling on the trees! ;)

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    1. I hope so Malar but lots could happen before then

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  7. Fruit blossom make such a wonderful contribution to the Spring garden with the Benicia of fruit to come.

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    1. It really does Brian - hard to imagine but our council have passed a rule that no new fruit trees can be planted. So much for biodiversity

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    2. We've got a new-ish rule for maximum number of trees on our plots....luckily mine were all planted before the rule came in but it must be frustrating for new plot holders.

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    3. Ours were took Lou. The thing is that the fruit is the highest value crop if all.

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    4. Ours were too, Lou. The daft thing is that fruit is the highest value crop.

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  8. I seem to be way behind on your blog, for some reason I'm not getting email notifications of blogspot blogs! I'll just have to keep calling by until the problem resolves itself. Just loved these images, simply gorgeous!

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    1. If you use Facebook or Twitter I post updates there , Dina as well as a few extra photos. Maybe Bloogger are using another strategy for ignoring the competition.

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