Orchard Blooms

Spring Blooms in the Orchard; artisticgardener.wordpress.com

What a beautiful weekend.  The skies were clear, the sun was shining bright.  With the exception of a single day of spring winds so typical in the desert, all-in-all this weekend was simply perfect to soak up the stunning view in our orchard.  While Hubby and I were tending to our orchard and newly planted blueberries, it was impossible to ignore the sun glistening on the spectacular display of spring blooms in the orchard.  As we tended to our garden chores amongst the blooms, I swear I could see the honey bees happily twirling about in the air humming their favorite song as they visited each and every flower on our trees collecting nectar and pollen to make their wonderful sticky sweet pot of gold. Yes, it was that lovely outdoors on the Asher Homestead.

Words just seem to pale in comparison, so I thought I would invite you to join us in our orchard.  Enjoy!

Spring Blooms in the Orchard; artisticgardener.wordpress.com Flavor Queen Pluot and Honey Bee; artisticgardener.wordpress.com

Flavor Queen Pluot

Artic Star Nectarine and Honey Bee; artisticgardener.wordpress.comArtic Star Nectarine

All-in-One Almond; artisticgardener.wordpress.com

All-In-One Almond

Dorsett Golden Apple; artisticgardener.wordpress.com

Dorsett Golden Apple

Dorsett Golden Apple; artisticgardener.wordpress.com

Spring Blooms in the Orchard; artisticgardener.wordpress.com

(left to right) Flavor King and Queen Pluot, Artic Star Nectarine and Flavor Delight Aprium

Joining the party at French Country Cottage

Ahhhhhhh… Beautiful Spring is here at last.

God Bless!

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