Spring is here

Things are bloomin’, and I’m-a-sneezin’!

But, it sure is beautiful to see things in bloom, plant new life in the garden, and see the pollinators out and about so I can have some fruit in the next few months.

When I first moved in I was told this tree was a ornamental pear (when you say “ornamental” it means the tree blooms but doesn’t give fruit).  Then I came to find after a year living in our home that little baby apricots were on it.  Then, my friend Caroline of Boho Farm and Home guessed it might be a aprium.

Anyhoo, come April, those babies are falling all over the place and it’s time to either call Caroline over to take for her jamming, or I need to make my aprium dessert again.

Equipment used: Canon 5D Mark III / 100mm f/2.8EF

Diana Elizabeth has never been stung by a bee.  Crazy, right?

Diana Elizabeth is an author, photographer, and obsessive antique shopper. You can typically find her in her garden wrist deep in dirt, at a local estate sale or planning her next epic party.

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