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Sorry Blossom, not you! but actual blossom on our trees. A tree in the back garden that we haven't worked out and our apple tree has blossom growing on it now (alongside the apples), the roses and bougainvillea are all flowering again. Is this normal or is it because it went chilly for a day and now everything thinks it's spring already?

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Guest Claire-n-tel

Yep Flossy.....its because it was chilly and now warmer, your tree thinks it is spring!....(we wish!) it won't harm it, usually the blossom just falls and goes no further, if it stays warm you might get some stunted fruit buds (they won't grow tho) it will blossom again in the spring like usual and you'll get normal fruit......:wink:

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