“Rather than turning over a new leaf, prune your tree so that new leaves continue to blossom.”
Photograph taken this morning at Denzell Gardens in Cheshire.
Click on the photo for an interesting read about North West England’s heritage.
Let me know if you recognise the species… some kind of Cherry?
6 responses to “Cheshire Cherry Blossom”
So, the cherry blossom is out back home, after all!!!
Yes! After a long greige winter everywhere is looking pink and fluffy! At last.
Cherry and plum flower about the same time so it can be confusing. One way to tell them apart is to look at the petals. If there is a small split at the end it’s cherry.
That’s really interesting, what a good tip. Thanks.
Cherry blossom blooms
Spring is near
In Cheshire, but not here.
It might be a plum,
More suited to Brum.