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The small apple trees have finally awakened. Such pretty, cheery flowers promising Gala apples in early Fall. mmm good.
We planted two rhododendron bushes out by the cabin years ago. They are finally blooming.The first light pink one is finished blooming but this one has just started. Beautiful colour.
The volunteer Golden Plum tree that sprouted from a seed in the chicken coop many years ago is always the first to wake up in the spring, as though shouting a thank you for its very existence. Even though it … Continue reading
They blossomed, they did not talk about blossoming. ~ Dejan Stojanovic,
Loving kindness and truth have met together; righteousness and peace have kissed each other. Truth springs from the earth. ~Psalm
Lovely golden plum tree that grew from seed where our chicken coop used to be. We’d feed the chickens our scraps and one plum pit must have sprouted. It’s been a spindly little tree for years but this year it … Continue reading
Not to be outdone by the rest of the blooming yard, Laurel hedge shows off its ability to blossom too. ©Sharron R. McMillan
When the first breath of fresh air in the morning is tinged with sweetness, you know the wild cherries are in bloom in the woods. They are loaded this year.