Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Japanese Apricot Tree;



I'm linking this post to "Little Bear Studio"; and "Today's flowers"
So sorry that my header has been changed for the newer post;

Last week end, I been to my city park and took some pictures of these Japanese Apricot flowers.  It was a bit late for the full bloom. 



Wished to post pictures before it gets out of season p;)
Although it was a little cold, walking in the park was refreshing♬♬♬
Sorry that I'm not sure weather it should be Apricot or plum (^^)

Thank you very much for stopping by;



24 comments:

  1. Maravilha! Lindo,adorei! beijos,chica

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  2. WHat beautiful, glorious pictures, my dear friend! They brought an explosion of happiness to my heart. Thank you, thank you for sharing!

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  3. The trees are beautiful! Thanks for sharing. We are still buried in snow here.

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  4. oh, they're beautiful! the trees in our area had begun to bud and blossom, but then we got hit with ice, snow and deep freezing temperatures again.

    i really like your shamrock ties in your header. :)

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  5. Cudownie drzewa kwitną i radość na to patrzeć. Pozdrawiam.
    Wonderfully trees bloom and joy to watch. Yours.

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  6. Hi Miyako san. Wow they are gorgeous!! They are so pretty, I especially love the pink ones. Walking in the park watching these flowers must have been so nice! I'm not good at flower or tree names, so not sure if it's apricot or plum..haha :-)

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  7. Oh, what a wonderful, wonderful bloom, dearest Miyako - I love your photos! Spring is my favourite season!!! :o))
    Thank you so much for your nice words on my blog, and I'm sorry, too that I don't have more time for blogging and visiting you, my dear - but I think, we all need a bit time just for LIVING, too :o)) So: No problem if I have to wait a little bit longer... Best wishes from Austria where we still can go skating (have a look here: http://rostrose.blogspot.co.at/2014/03/eistraum-in-pink.html ;o)) - but springtime is coming!!! I feel it!!! :o))
    Warm hugs, Traude
    Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ღ ♛ ♥ ♬ ☂ ✿ ☼ ๑ ۩ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ღ ♛ ♥ ♬ ☂ ✿ ☼ ๑ ۩ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ

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  8. When I saw your post, I feel like going back to Japan. I miss Japan and my favorite season is spring because I like to see the cherry blossom trees. I didn't know that the first photo is a Japanese apricot tree, that's nice too. I created my blog when I was in Misawa, Japan. More power to your blog.

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  9. Hello Miyako, the apricot trees are beautiful, I love the pretty blossoms.. Beautiful photos! Have a happy day and week ahead!

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  10. So beautiful. Flowering fruit trees are the loveliest sight! And you have so many of them. I love this post.

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  11. Beautiful... Spring has arrived where you live in Japan!

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  12. Dearest Miyako,
    What a lovely apricot blossoms you show us here and I'm amazed at the early spring you show us from your region.
    In The Netherlands it was also far more advanced than in our area. But here it is so tough as we had again -2°C last night... I'm so longing for better weather to go outside.
    Indeed, the shamrock bow you show here looks so artful. Did you make that yourself?
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  13. Dearest Miyako san!
    What is a beautiful Apricot trees I think all of plum in Japan but we has to many hot weathers to many day..
    Will be nice to same us in Japan...
    Have a nice day with Otodan!
    Michiko

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  14. Incredibly beautiful....what luscious colors. So delicate. I can only imagine how pretty the park is and so enjoyable to meander on the pathways.

    It really makes little concern if they're plum or apricot...the beauty says it all.

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  15. Apricot are full bloom around here. In our garden, an apricot tree had a lot of red flowers. So I may be able to get many umeboshi.
    Have a lovely day!

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  16. Konnichiwa, Miyako-san!

    These are lovely blooms and I think spring is one of the most beautiful seasons because of all the flowers one can see and appreciate. I wish I could also witness cherry blossoms in the future. Keep yourself warm. I heard in the news about the snow storm that happened two or three weeks ago in the Kanto region.

    Take care!
    http://inlovewithsunflower.blogspot.com/

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  17. Hi,Miyako-san. Nice captures. Your photos are very beautiful. I think Japanese apricot is correct. Plum fruits are bigger than Japanese apricot fruits.
    Thanks for sharing. Wishing you wonderful days.

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  18. Dear Miyako,

    So happy that you have joined in with us - thank you for sharing your gorgeous apricot trees. The blossom is such a pretty sight and must be lovely walking around there and seeing this.
    Wishing you a happy weekend and sending hugs
    Carolyn

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  19. Beautiful blossoms! Have a lovely day. Hugs from Finland, Gunilla

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  20. Thank you so much for sharing these with Today's Flowers. Your Japanese Apricot Blossoms are gorgeous and your photos very enjoyable :)

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  21. These blooms are simply beautiful! Thanks for sharing and joining in with floral Friday!

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  22. Dear Miyako,
    These are so wonderful photos!!! The Japanese Apricot Trees are so amazing!!! How beautiful all these enchanting and faboulous blossoms are!!!
    I love it so much!
    I hope you have a good week :)
    All the best wishes for you,
    Katrin

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