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What's even worse is all your fruit trees are covered with blossoms and it's
too cold for the bees. Great scenery and smell but no fruit. Sometimes a
late spring frost can kill the blossoms.

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"Puester" > wrote in message
> and one of our apricot trees is in full bloom. I took my grandson
> out int he yard to see it yesterday and it was glorious, every branch
> lined thickly with blossoms, and bees all over the place.
> So it's snowing and the temperature is dropping rapidly. That's a
> good sign that there won't be any fruit on the trees this year, either
> so I'll have to buy fruit for jam. Dang. I don't think we've had a
> crop since 1998.
> gloria p
> from the Colorado Front Range Arctic