Now the Trees

The spring blossoms are unlike anything I’ve ever seen. It’s like a fairy land in places.

Come fall, these will be lovely red plums.
Come fall, these will be lovely red plums.
I call this 'Powerfully Pink' because the leaves are almost pink, too on this Japanese Cherry.
I call this ‘Powerfully Pink’ because the leaves are almost pink, too on this Japanese Cherry.
The blossoms are delicate, like silk.
The blossoms are delicate, like silk.
This Field Maple fairly glowed across the pond at me when I first saw it. It whispered as every key fluttered in the wind.
This Field Maple fairly glowed across the pond at me when I first saw it. It whispered as every key fluttered in the wind.
At the other end of the path, this Apple just begins to bud.
At the other end of the path, this Apple just begins to bud.
I never knew there were so many different types of Cherry. This Bird Cherry, however, was a complete joy to see as I rounded a corner.
I never knew there were so many different types of Cherry. This Bird Cherry, however, was a complete joy to see as I rounded a corner.
This is a complete and utter confusion of white. The Blackthorn and Cherry Laurel blossoms compete in the most wonderful way.
This is a complete and utter confusion of white. The Blackthorn and Cherry Laurel blossoms compete in the most wonderful way.
You can barely see the pink in this Cherry.
You can barely see the pink in this Cherry.
Wild Cherry. It was a sweetly scented walk.
Wild Cherry. It was a sweetly scented walk.

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