Thursday, November 10, 2011

A Little Update




Yes, we may have some apples! Some of our beautiful apple blossoms have begun to fill out into fruits!




Mr amazing caterpillar has disappeared of his own accord, meaning these flowers are continuing to burst with rich colour, their centres appearing to glow.




Spring, a time for seedlings to establish before the heat of summer takes over. Hoping for fresh cucumbers in the weeks ahead from this little one.




Sharing at This or That Thursday.

33 comments:

MarieHarmony said...

The flowers colours are beautiful! A pleasure always to stop here to discover more and more of nature's beauty. Thanks

Jill said...

Such a lovely way to start my day!

Nadege, said...

The flower is just bursting with colors.

Our little tomato plants are flowering, it won't be long before they start to bear fruit. My husband is so excited...his first crop.

Jeanne said...

Those red flowers are just lovely! It is so wonderful when you get something which glows like that! Also, it does look like your apples are on the way! Lovely shots as always!

aseedinspired.com said...

can I just drink in your springtime!
going into winter hear...ending of fall..
my gardening self is already looking forward to next years plantings.
T

May said...

I enjoy the visual treats from your garden everyday!!!!

Judy said...

After our snowstorm yesterday, your post is a sign to me that spring will be just around the corner.

ladyfi said...

Those rich red flowers are just gorgeous - like stained glass windows!

Seraphina´s Phantasie said...

Stunning red in this flower. Great photos.
Have a nice day.

homeschoolceo said...

Gorgeous as always. The glow on that flower? Stop it!!!
;)

Emreen said...

I love the color of the flower... Very beautiful !!

Fotobloggen 2011 said...

springtime when all starts to grow is great. So different from here but it's also different from last yer. then we had lots of snow and now I have flowers in bloom, strawberries still growing. It's a strange climat but I prefer this, snow can wait a bit longer

Sylvia K said...

Beautiful flowers, gorgeous colors and what a lovely way to begin my day! I'm sure you're going to have some delicious apples before too long! Thanks for sharing the beauty!!

Sylvia

marijke said...

I hope you will get any apple's this year. And the red flowers are stunning.
Have a nice week
Marijke

geanina said...

Flower color is beautiful! Great work :)

Gillian Olson said...

Love the fuzzy little apples, full of promise.

Art said...

Wow ... fantastic images and colors!

missing moments said...

So enjoy watching your spring as we head into winter.

el-mundo-en-colores said...

how nice! the flowers really glow!

Karin M. said...

Fascinating shots .... great quality and color ...
LG: Karin

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Congrats on the apples!! The red blooms are so amazing. Reminds me of a candle glowing.

Tamar SB said...

The pictures in the flower are AMAZING!

Connie Smiley said...

Gorgeous shots! There's something very hopeful about tiny apples, I think, and I'm so happy to know your flower pest has left.

Ruth said...

beautiful macros, the colours are so gorgeous :)

lisa said...

My goodness, those flowers are absolutely gorgeous!
Beautiful photographs!!!!

Rena said...

Oh, that's exciting to see some little apples coming! I wish my tree would bloom and bear fruit. I've had it for at least 7 yrs and it's never done anything yet. :(
Those flowers are stunning!

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Amazing to see apple blossoms !

deb duty said...

I've never seen an apple at this stage before. Actually I've only seen them when they're ready to eat at the market! Lovely photos!

Kateri said...

It is amazing to see little apples forming right now. On my side of the world they have just been harvested and the trees are getting ready for winter.

Love the flower!

Linda R. said...

These are such beautiful shots.. Those macro shots are amazing.. Thanks so much for that link.. I really do appreciate it.. When I get time I just might give it a try!!!!

Hugs, Linda

Simone said...

It was so delightful sharing your beautiful photo's of new growth...there is nothing like growning your own apples!

geetlee said...

the flower shots are so-oh gorgeous!

thefisherlady said...

As my world is covered in whiteness I revel in your colour...

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