Well said. So pretty.
Thanks Cynthia – I was trying to come up with a title involving ‘rubies’, but nothing really fitted.
Such a gorgeous colour.
In fact they started out like tiny peaches, sort of orange flushed with pink, but have suddenly turned red
Love the vivid colour! Bursting with ripeness.
Wow, aren’t they pretty! 🙂
J > Pretty, AND useful!
Yes, although as a small tree they are almost too pretty to pick – I am still undecided whether to do so this year… perhaps next time? 😉
I hear the more fruit, the harsher the winter. Here’s to old wives tales not coming true.
And yet logically it’s the spring weather that determines whether flowers are pollinated before late frosts get them…
Interesting. I wonder where that wives tale comes from then.
I expect some years there will have been lots of berries followed by a hard winter. We will just have to take it as it comes, won’t we?!
Oh so beautiful! I miss having a crabapple tree!
Any chance of having another one?
Someday! I’m planning another garden area, and would really like to have a crabapple tree there.
beautiful and so prolific – do you use the crabapples?
It’s a fairly young tree but as it gers bigger i definitely will – I am just enjoying looking at them at the moment
A must for every garden.
What vibrant colors! Beautiful!
Cathy a vibrant red! Beautiful. Beautiful. Greetings from Margarita.
Thanks Margarita – they started as a peach colour flushed with pink and are so pretty to look at
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