Let’s Go Outside: Fruit tree beauty

5 May

It seems a long time ago when we dug the hole for our first tree. Now, some 100 trees later, we’re old hands at it, but I’ve been waiting and waiting for the first blossom to appear. The warmth of the last week or so has been wonderful for the fruit trees, although watering by us has been a must, and finally over the last few days I get rewarded for all our hard work.

Rivers Early Prolific Plum

Rivers Early Prolific Plum

Sunrise Apple

Sunrise Apple

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Blenheim Orange Apple

Lord Lamborne Apple

Lord Lamborne Apple

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