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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Crab Apple

We have two kinds of apple trees at our back yard. One is edible and one is ornamental. My sister-in-law Michelle told me that the ornamental one is called crab apple. I love its bloom and it smells so good too. I took these shots when it was just starting to bloom.

I'll post the next series of photos next time when it's fully bloomed already. It's very pretty, although it attracts a lot bzzzzz bee hehehe.

These are just few shots that I took when they are just starting to bud.

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16 comments:

  1. Lovely post - gorgeous colors!

    Thanks for stopping by - always a joy to *see* you!

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  2. thanks sis for comment on my post. appreciate it! God Bless You.

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  3. Since the crab apples are not edible, are they poisonous. I ask this question because it is very dangerous for the fruit of the tree to be accidentally eaten by your children. If they are poisonous, they are a real threat to your children even if you warn them not to eat of its fruits because they are poisonous. Remember our first parents. They were forbidden by God to eat the fruits of the tree that grows at the center of the garden of Eden but they disobeyed God and ate from that tree and the rest is history. We don't want your children to be inadvertently poisoned, don't we? Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

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  4. very nice looking tree...have not seen one yet.

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  5. never pa akong nakarinig at nakakita nyan sis...thanks for sharing....:)

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  6. So that's what a crabapple looks like! Heehee. Cute buds. I hope you'll post a photo of the blooms when they're open. :)

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  7. Crab apple trees are so pretty. I love their blooms.

    ~ Tracy

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  8. hehe puede ba itanim sa atin yan? ganda e.

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  9. Enjoy your beautiful tree. Hope you'll stop by if you have time. Jane F.

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  11. That's so awesome. :) We used to have those trees at the park and they're so pretty.

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  12. Don't you get hoardes of kids tryin to steal your apples, I know I did when I had 1.

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  13. Makakain ba ang crab apples bakla? One time hubby and I passed by a crab apple tree with fruit in it and hubby said they dont eat one. but i think makakain yan kasi apple pa rin hehehehe. siba talaga

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  14. Those are super cool! Love the colors!

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  15. I hope you'll post a photo of the blooms when they're open.
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  16. That's so awesome. We used to have those trees at the park and they're so pretty.
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