Flower Friday ~ First Apricot

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Friday 26 February, 2016 by Uncle Spike

Taken just a few minutes ago…

This is the very first of the beautiful flowers that blossom on the apricot trees, which are always the first of the summer fruit trees to show any sign of floral life. Next will be the peach and nectarines trees – in a couple of weeks perhaps.

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11 thoughts on “Flower Friday ~ First Apricot

  1. What a beauty and the promise of a delicious fruit. I stopped by a day short of this week Friday Flower!

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  2. Whoops .. That was ‘so’ 😄

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  3. It looks do beautiful Spike .. Promises of summer flavours

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  4. Lindy Le Coq says:

    So pretty and promising!

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  5. dayphoto says:

    The end of March or the first of April we will see those same types bloom.

    Linda

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  6. Colleen says:

    Ohhh how exciting …love it when the first flower of spring pops up!! Enjoy 😊

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  7. Yvonne says:

    That’s such a beautiful harbinger of spring.

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