Spring Pictures

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  1. pinetag

    pinetag Well-Known Member

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    These pics are at the house, but it looks like we'll have some pears in year 2. Both trees (Kieffer and Bartlett) appear to have some growing.
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  2. weekender21

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    A few more mountain locals.

    Sanguinaria

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    Yellow trout Lily

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    One of my pears (TS hardy from the wildlife group) is just starting to flower.

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  3. Mennoniteman

    Mennoniteman Well-Known Member

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    Sunset and desert flowers in Tucson AZ tonight [​IMG]
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  4. Mennoniteman

    Mennoniteman Well-Known Member

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    That pear tree is probably too light to handle the weight of any fruit. Keep an eye on it and remove the pears before they break down the tree.
     
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    It’s only been in the ground two years, I’ll definitely pinch fruit off if any make an appearance.


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    Don’t remind me Cat, I was just wondering last week if Id have a lizard visitor again this spring.
     
  9. Oakseeds

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    No hard freeze; I hope, I hope, I hope!
    How about the bowling-pin-deer-prune on the Norway spruce.
     

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  10. Kurt

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    Prairie lilly pops up here in Elizabeth each year we have spring moisture.Very short lived but pretty little things.
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    My Spring comes much later then most of you guys.
     

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