Worcestershire has long history of Fruit Blossom Trails.
I thought, as a seasonal extra, I would show you some of the blossom on our fruit trees. This has been exceptionally good this year.
Please follow the Blossom Trail in Our Garden@19.
|Crab Apple 'Golden Hornet'|
|Espalier trained Pear 'Invincible' growing over an arch.|
|Fan trained Cherry 'Sunburst'.|
|Espalier Apple 'Blenheim Orange'|
|Malus 'Blenheim Orange'|
|Malus 'Kidd's Orange Red'|
|Malus 'Worcester Pearmain'|
|Malus ' Herefordshire Russett'|
I hope you have enjoyed our Blossom Trail, we hope for no late frosts and a good fruit crop.
Please click on any photo to create a slide show.
The answer to April's tree following bark quiz is: Cedar of Lebanon (Cedrus libani)
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