When I was in my garden last week I noticed this cute little twig of my amelanchier tree, the tree was completely bare except for this little twig, the sun was shining and it caught my eye as it looked so pretty.
Have a great day !
Yesterday I noticed my mini apple tree was comming into bloom, it’s only buds so far but I expect the first flowers to open tomorrow.
Last year it only had a few blooms and no apples at all, this year it is completely covered in buds so I am hopefull.
This small apple tree is ideal for small spaces and can even be grown in a pot on your balcony, you can even make a hedge when you put a few in a row. The one I have is called ‘minitree Redlane’ and it doesn’t need another apple tree to get fruit.
But cos they are so pretty I bought another one last year, it had pretty white flowers last year and no apples but this year I can’t see any buds…maybe next year hey !
The Redlane has pretty dark pink buds.
MINI APPLE TREE REDLANE
Have a great week you all and don’t work too hard, enjoy the outside. Thanks for visiting, it’s much appreciated.
Please feel free if you have any questions, I’ll be happy to help you if I can.
AMELANCHIER (serviceberry, juneberry,sarvisberry, shadbush……..)
I have a fig tree in my garden for about 10 years or so, it was planted and trained against our garage wall, in a hole we made in the pavement, it is not even a big hole and still the fig tree thrives in it and we get many ripe figs each year. And the tree grows like mad, I have to prune it several times in Summer.
I once got a small pot with blooming hyacinths and I planted it under the fig tree, but after a while it got company of a taxus which selfseeded and a euphorbia which selfseeded. And everything is thriving in that small hole so I think ; life is good under that fig tree.
MY FIG TREE AND ITS COMPAGNONS
MY BEAUTIFUL BLUE HYACINTHS
Have a great day all !
THIS IS HOW MY ALBIZZIA JULIBRISSIN LOOKED BEFORE IT LOOKED LIKE
Have a great long weekend you all !!
Some of you already know I am not a fan of Autumn and Winter as they just last too long for me. Short grey days, cold, misty, slippery roads…..
This morning I took a picture of an oak tree in my garden, mind you, it was a sunny day so I thought I’d take a few pics.
This is a 40 year old European oak, its leafs are smaller and less colourful in Autumn than those of the American oak. I haven’t got a clue how tall it is but it it huge.
This is our neighbours birch tree.
Have a great weekend all !
AROUCARIA ARAUCANA (MONKEY TREE)