This past week the temperatures have been extremely warm - almost too warm for this time of the year. With that, flowering trees of all types are in full bloom. Long before the introduction of flowering crabs, cherries and Bradford pears, the redbud was the first tree to flower after the first warm breaths of spring.
March and April mark the time for ‘faux winters’ that often correlate with the blooming of trees or bushes that are in bloom. Here in Tennessee, there are 4 of them and the first one is Redbud.
Some of the ‘faux winters’ are more dangerous than others. Tonight, the temperatures are supposed to get below freezing which is not going to fare well with much of the tender vegetation that has prematurely set buds and early leaves. Looks as if later today I will have to cover the hydrangeas, Virginia Blue Bells and clematis.
And that my friends, is my 2￠’s worth for this morning - M
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