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(A. Leopold, A Sand County Almanac, Prairie Birthday Essay, 1949)

 

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Peach Blossoms

March 28, 2016

So many fruits in full bloom: plums, currant, nectarine, and peaches. They are a full month ahead of 2013.  Project budburst (see resources) is a useful tool to help us evaluate the changing climate and its impact on our own plants.  A frost may prevent any fruit from these. Only waiting will reveal the damage.

 

I always dread the last and the first frosts. In the spring, it means all that abundance denied. In the fall, it signals the end of seasons of abundance.  I do love the seasons though.  Just when I am weary of the challenges of one season, I am relieve to move to the next.

 

 

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