33 thoughts on “Six Blossom Trees

    • susurrus says:

      Each one has a slightly different character. The one you mention is very fresh – I also like the antique effect of the last one and the hint of pink on the buds and outer petals.

  1. Murtagh's Meadow says:

    I do love tree blossom. Ours have a bit of catching up to do, they are late this year because of the cold spring.

    • susurrus says:

      I often think it might be possible to get repeat flowering varieties in a similar way breeders developed repeat flowering roses. Of course that would mean no fruit on those particular trees, but they would be very ornamental.

  2. tonytomeo says:

    Oh wow! Ours are all done. I only got three pictures of flowering cherries, and did not get the flowering crabapples. I do not recognize all of yours. You probably have different cultivars.

  3. Oddment says:

    Prolific indeed! I like janesmudgeegarden’s word above: frothiness. I am envious of anyone who has such froth to admire — our trees are trying hard to blossom, but it’s slow going this year against the weather. So I’ll pretend I’m seeing these out my window.

      • Oddment says:

        Right now that seriously taxes my imagination. But, yes, I suppose at times maybe, perhaps, occasionally, in a certain light, once in a while the snow looks like blossom. You are a determined optimist!

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