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BLOSSOMS – THE FIRST SIGN OF SPRING

As day length increases and temperatures begin to increase many deciduous fruit trees burst forth into blossom. There are also many ornamental deciduous blossoms that are grown for their abundance of spring flowers. These include flowering peaches, flowering plums, flowering cherries and crab apples. All of these trees thrive in the colder climates and often herald the beginnings of the new spring season. Look out for these important signals right now.

There is a range of different types of blossoms available for planting right now. It’s best to do this before they burst into bloom in the nursery bags. Rather enjoy the blossom in your own garden. They’re wonderful additions to cold frosty gardens. They just love icy cold winter weather.