Spring Come Late

Last year I remarked of how early the spring flowers. Bluebells, may blossom, wild apple, were all in full flower before March was out. This might happen in the Southern Counties, but not in the eastern reaches of East Anglia. And this year it didn’t! In fact, this year it was 26th April and still the apples and pears and their kin were tight-budded. But I did find these gems for your enjoyment.

Prunus buds

Prunus bloom

Prunus blossoms

 

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10 Responses to Spring Come Late

  1. Lynn Love says:

    Really lovely. Our apple and cherry trees are just over flowering and what a joy the blossom was! The apple in particular smelt amazing. Gorgeous images Crispina

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  2. gahlearner says:

    These are so beautiful. I love apple blossoms. Every blossom on a tree, in fact. I was fascinated as a child already that something so fragile could come out of something as sturdy as wood.

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