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Mar 24, 2012 07:04 |  #1

Does anyone know what kind of tree this is?


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Mar 24, 2012 07:12 |  #2

Some kind of fruit tree, probably a stone fruit.

They all flower/bloom in spring, then the flowers get pollinated, then the leaves grow back and the fruit set.


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Mar 24, 2012 09:11 |  #3

Actually, I think this is a "redbud" tree. They normally don't bloom quite this early but it has been 10-20 degrees warmer than normal for the entire month of march.




  
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Mar 24, 2012 12:23 |  #4

Fresh color and weathered wood, works every time for me. KUDOS.


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Mar 24, 2012 15:12 |  #5

Hudgemo wrote in post #14144536 (external link)
Actually, I think this is a "redbud" tree. They normally don't bloom quite this early but it has been 10-20 degrees warmer than normal for the entire month of march.

Yes, it's a redbud. Our redbuds are budding early this year as well. In fact I have been shooting the one in our back yard as well as the dogwoods.




  
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Mar 24, 2012 19:15 |  #6

Thanks for the responses. These are blooming all over middle Tennessee right now. My Dogwoods just bloomed this week - usually not until April.


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Mar 24, 2012 23:01 as a reply to  @ RKSphoto's post |  #7

Doh silly me.


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Mar 25, 2012 15:00 |  #8

It's a redbud. Lots of them in that area...and they are beautiful in the spring.


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