Saturday, March 29, 2008

Pears in Bloom



With all these blooms I hope we will have some pears to eat this year.

27 comments:

Josie said...

The photographs of those pear blossoms are exquisite. I can feel the warm sunshine on them!

Paulie said...

YUM! Pears fresh from the tree are so delicious!

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Andrea said...

You have real pear trees. We just have the Bradford (pretty trees) pear trees that are actually pearless. :( These are some beautiful blooms.

Ida said...

Lovely!
Have a nice weekend Dot! :)

Mike said...

Beautiful. I just noticed yesterday that my olum tree is in bloom. Last year it had a year off!

Mike said...

PLUM!! lol

patsy said...

beatiful blooms photo.

Old Wom Tigley said...

Oh Dot these are very very good, the blooms are stunning and the tiny water droplets are like gems... beautiful..

Tom

Angie said...

Pear blossom is so lovely and it must be nice to know that you will also have some delicious pears later.

George Townboy said...

I've never seen a pear tree in bloom ... thank you!

mommanator said...

our fruit trees aren't even looking like blooming yet, but the forsythia looks great! If we can groq great pears here in Nj you certainly ashould be able from those blooms!

Lilli & Nevada said...

Those are beautiful Dot, we have to drive to the Hood River to see those. Which is about 100 miles away, Do you have like a Pear Blossom Festival? They have a Apple Blossom Festival there. We went a few yrs ago but the buds really were not out yet because it had still been too cold.
Oh and yes i would love to see Georgia.Not sure about the humidity tho. we have dry heat here

imac said...

Super shots hope you get a good crop.

GMG said...

Pears trees are blooming everywhere, it seems; at least in the Northern Hemisphere...
Blogtrotter

UP said...

When P and I moved back to this area after getting married and finishing college, my father in-law rented a small house for us. We did get to see the place before dad rented it for us. However, when we did see it we discovered that the back yard went all the way to the street behind us. It was huge and had a couple of pear, apple, and cherry trees. So for the year we lived there we canned pears, cherry's and made apple sauce. We also made cherry pies and apple pies.

It was great. Thanks for the photos they look great.

Sister--Three said...

Your pear blooms make me sad. We had a big old fashioned pear tree and let our neighbor use or pasture for his horses..just to be kind. Well, they ate the bark off my pear tree and killed it. It was about 30 years old. I mourn for my pear and now hate to even see his horses...they are not in my pasture anymore.

happyone said...

The pear blossoms are so pretty and your phots are so clear. Beautiful.
How nice to be able to eat fresh pears right off the tree!!

RuneE said...

Can you just break off just a little twig and send us? Such a sight is sadly missed.

Kerri said...

Lovely pear blossoms! My mom makes a "pear preserve" that she cans. Do you do that with your pears???

(Bucefalo) said...

These shots of flower in bloom remember me that springtime is fast approaching.
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Judy said...

Beautiful!

DeeMom said...

we are too far NORTH of you for that YET Beautiful picture

Your EG Tour Guide said...

MMMMMMMmmmm! I LOVE the perfumed air of pear blossoms. It takes me back to my childhood, picking bunches of violets with pear blossom petals falling around. Thanks for the memories!

USAincognito said...

So pretty!

smilnsigh said...

Lovely... I wish I could put my nose close to my monitor, and smell their wonderful fragrance..........

Willard said...

Wow, Dot, those are super shots. I can't wait for the flowers to start blooming here!

diane said...

Pear blossoms are so perfect aren't they? You captured them~

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