A daily photo post of Selma/Smithfield and the surrounding area.
I have a very old cherry tree. About 25 now. I keep cutting the dead limbs off. And the roots are mostly decayed and rotted too. Still, there is one more large branch that did start to bloom this year and then we had one sold week of below freezing temperatures. I am not sure the tree will even make it but the fruit is gone. It looked very much like your tree blossoms on Tuesday one week ago yesterday.The birds have planted some of the seeds and those cherry trees are about 6 feet tall so maybe we will get some cherries after all in a couple of years.Trouble is I am getting older all the time.Abraham Lincoln
Darn, sorry the cold got to these beautiful blossoms. Selma, AL., has a few Yoshina Cherry trees, and there is nothing that defines Spring better...except azaleas!Hope the cold is over for good.
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