Saturday 12 April, 2014 by Uncle Spike
Full on late spring here and the Clementine orchard is in full bloom.
The whole place is a mass of white on green.
And the orange trees don’t wanna be left out of the fun either…
| Tags: blossom, citrus trees, clementine, farming, fruit trees, gardening, orange, photography, POSTADAY, turkey
The blossoms look very refreshing. 🙂
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I love love the smell of citrus blossoms. When I lived in Arizona, that was my favorite time when they bloomed.
Orange blossom, yum, it must smell divine…
Apparently, yes. My wife works away, and came home last night and sniffed the air, “Ahhh…..” Me, I can’t smell a thing as I’m so used to it I guess.
The flower is lovely but I absolutely love the smell. This time of the year whenever I am in the valley I make a detour, roll my windows down and INHALE.
I can never smell it as I’m here all the time, but when my wife comes home every Friday she does as you said 🙂
Ahhh the lovely fragrance it must have..
I never notice, but when my wife comes home at the end of each week, she sniffs the air as soon as she opens the car door 🙂
Yes we have apples, pears and cherry trees covered in blossom and I love it x
Best time of year for sure 😀
momwithoutpaws says she is looking forward to the apple trees being in bloom.. beautiful
and we are waiting for the piccies 🙂
yep she is addicted to that camera.. It is no longer all about me
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