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?When we were planting our orchard nearly 4 years ago I didn’t have too many concerns about which trees should be planted where. ??But I do remember being quite emphatic about our quince tree. ? .
?It HAD to be planted in the closest possible position to the house, where it’s stunning display of flowers in springtime could be seen from every vantage point.?
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? I still think it’s one of the most beautiful fruit tree blossoms we have, and this year it’s putting on a real show for us!? (Not to mention this little bee as well!) ?????
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