There must be at least thirty may trees in bloom on the site at the moment.
Here, we had all the trees flowered, apple trees, plums trees, pear trees, quince tree and walnut trees sprouting, but there were 3 dawns of -4ºC and I'm afraid that everything has been spoiled ...
The weather is changing, we had very early spring in March /April and now all the flowers are burned :-(
Beatiful and inspiring: so pretty and so ephimeral. Thanks forma sharing
Yes - Fernando - our May trees have come through, but the walnuts have suffered very badly from the early spring followed by hard frost. Perhaps we get no nuts this year.
Global warming, I guess. It happens the same in Spain: because of no rain and then frost, we hace lost about 70% of the vines.
So lovely. Reminders of childhood in the Pacific NW. Here we have banana flowers emerging and a storm "event" that filled the water table and left snow atop Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa. Cheers, Jan
Cay - To lose so many vines - I wonder if the same has happened in France.
Jan - Nice to be reminded.