Blooms


#1

I was going to post this in the thread about cold weather but I decided to just put in the pictures section. I think they look nice even if they don’t make fruit this year.


#2

What are those? Bush cherries?


#3

Are these bush cherries?


#4

Pinch poke you owe me a Coke. Lol


#5

Yes, sorry, should have noted, Nankings


#6

Nice looking nankings Derby! It’s going to be 21 degrees here tonight.


#7

Yes, 23 here tonight, aw well I will just enjoy the flowers while they last


#8

Throw a tarp or some plastic over the smaller ones. . . . Hurry up! Get out there!:wink:


#9

Sure lol, if it were the 24 oh March


#10

It will be 22 here. Many plums are in bloom and many peaches are showing too much pink, even apples are showing some green tips.


#11

I couldn’t find any better thread to add some pictures to,if that’s okay Jason? Brady

This is the earliest blooming plant I have,a Cornus mas(Cornelian Cherry)which is past full flower stage now.


Multi-graft Plum and Apricot with mostly Santa Rosa and Shiro showing and a little Lavina.

Flavor Grenade Pluot with about a third of the flowers open.

Beauty Plum and a few others grafted onto a Flavor Supreme Pluot.If only some other Plums grew and set fruit like Beauty,that’d be nice.


#12

Very nice.


#13

Toka Plum


#14

Very nice, @Bradybb, that Frankenplum’s blooms are impressive, as well as the others.

Looking good @BobC, how many plums do you have? What kind of flavor do you get out of the Toka?


#15

Couple Stanley’s , Redheart, one unknown, and the Toka. I get many some years, small and tasty.


#16

Crab, Plum, and Weeping Cherry.


#17

I have a weeping cherry in the front yard I planted for one of my granddaughters. I hope it blooms as nice as that some day. It seems to be more weeping than the one in you photo. I hav had to stake it to force it to grow a vertical trunk.


#18

Sweet pit apricots


#19

Clark,

Let hope no late freeze so you can get a good crop this year.

Tony


#20

@tonyOmahaz5
I’m not sure what I’d do with a crop of apricots it’s been so long ago!