My thoughts in words and pictures...
Those are really pretty. Hope a sudden cold snap doesn't get them!
I hope so, too. That's the biggest fear with these unusually warm temps--especially for fruit trees. One night of below freezing temps and it's bye-bye crops.
Our apple and peach trees are blooming. I guess we'll have fruit in June!
Anita: Crazy, isn't it? : )
How did you guy get so far ahead on the season?! Our trees are STILL totally bare.
How? It started with a mild winter, which segued into an unusually WARM spring. We had temps in the upper 70s most of March (a good 30-35 degrees warmer than the norm), and even hit 85 one day. In March! Now the temps have dropped off into the 60s, but even that is still above normal for spring in April. The only problem with all the fruit trees flowering already is, if we get a sudden cold snap with a hard freeze, it will be the end to the fruit crop this year. Apple growers are especially on edge right now.
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