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An explosion of LUPINE 100 yards up the hill from us in the country.   We've quite a patch in our outer yard but not as dense as these which continue for a quarter of a mile.

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This crabapple on our front lawn has been blooming each spring for 52 years. It’s the only planting remaining from the first landscaping in 1970 after we moved into our house in December 1969.

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We had a crabapple in the front yard of my childhood home. It always had the most beautiful blooms. I started preserving 3 years before my parents sold the house - it never occurred to me to make jelly.

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On 4/20/2022 at 7:11 PM, rozrapp said:

This crabapple on our front lawn has been blooming each spring for 52 years. It’s the only planting remaining from the first landscaping in 1970 after we moved into our house in December 1969.

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Our neighbor has a flowering crab apple that for a few weeks is a blizzard of pale pink and white blossoms.    I often stand at our back door to gaze on its elegant display.

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