Beautiful photo farmgirl! Kind of chilly here in Indiana today.
Beautiful, beautiful , beautiful! 70 degrees in NH...........
Lucky you with the warm weather. It's been raining here but finally the sun is coming out. Great photo.
Winter was wierd to begin with -- very mild. It's been warm, humid and windy here. We finally got much needed rain, thankfully. Have a great day Farmgirl.
Gorgeous photo.We've had the same thing, as far as moving straight from winter into summer. I unfortunately woke up too late today, and now it's practically too hot to work in. Unfortunately, the work still has to be done. :-(
You are warmer than we are in Key West today ! I love spring in the north and your photo is marvelous.
Hi FarmGirl!This shrub looks to me like:Flowering QuinceChaenomeles japonicaThe very early white, pink or red flowers resemble apple blossoms. The flowers are followed by aromatic, greenish-yellow fruit that makes a tasty jelly. This shrub is great for training against a wall.Hope that helps, Happy Spring!Lou
yes, quince. we had the same question. lots of jelly recipes. wood is used for knife handles.
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