The signs of Spring are bursting forth everywhere and I'm loving every bit of it... except the pollen



An ornamental plum tree and cherry tree grow intertwined at the end of our street. Their spring blossom show is always so spectacular (above and below).


The old cherry tree (below) in the back thicket of our garden bursts with blossoms that never become cherries because we don't have another pollinator tree to make that happen. If I knew the variety I probably would plant a companion for it. Because I LOVE fresh cherries.


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2 comments:

  1. I miss the cherry blossoms in the spring. So pretty! We still have snow on the ground. I remain hopeful that Spring will make an appearance soon.

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  2. Here's an idea: Learn about grafting and then your one tree can suffice. Or hire some professional to do the job. Cherries, yum.

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