DoubleDogFarm
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applestar wrote:Discovered during today's stroll around my garden -- First peach blossom to open this spring :)

[img]https://i290.photobucket.com/albums/ll272/applesbucket/7aeb6047.jpg[/img]
Stop that! Don't give my peach trees any ideas. I don't need a late frost kill.

Like always, beautiful work Apple. :D

Eric

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I love it. Nothing like peach blossoms. Thanks for sharing.
Gardening at 5000 feet elevation, zone 4/5 Northern Utah, Frost free from May 25 to September 8 +/-

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DoubleDogFarm wrote:
applestar wrote:Discovered during today's stroll around my garden -- First peach blossom to open this spring :)

[img]https://i290.photobucket.com/albums/ll272/applesbucket/7aeb6047.jpg[/img]
Stop that! Don't give my peach trees any ideas. I don't need a late frost kill.

Like always, beautiful work Apple. :D

Eric


I just noticed the first pink showing on my peach tree today...and it was snowing this morning.
Avoid predictable disaster caused by unpredictable events, keep yourself open to positive outcomes from improbable events. -Aaron C. Brown

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applestar - do you still get good fruit set when blossoms are open and temps get down to 25 F?
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