Wordless Wednesday 13/2/2013 – Prunus incisa ‘Kojo-no-mai’



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  1. Yvonne Ryan says:

    So beautiful – and to think I have had my 4th swim in our lovely sea in the last 4 days. Getting my body back to a bit normal after the last awful 2 months of watching my husband die! the sea is so theraputic for me!!

    1. Helen Johnstone says:

      Yvonne – I am sorry to hear about your husband. Be kind to yourself and I hope your swims are restorative

  2. Cathy says:

    What a lovely shaped tree, Helen

  3. The snow shows off the tree so beautifully.

  4. Owen says:

    Ah your Cherry looks huge Helen- i have only sen them as 12-15″ plants so assumed they were dwarf species! I bet the flowers look beautiful on it! Not long to go till Spring!

    1. Helen Johnstone says:

      Hi Owen – its about 4-5ft tall and probably about 5 years old. A lovely plant

  5. Sandra Jonas says:

    The snow makes everything look so fresh. Yesterday I saw a Magnolia stellata in full bloom! The Prunus ‘Okame’ in my garden is in bloom as well. Spring is here (in Georgia USA),

  6. I love it when the small tree branches are outlined in snow and ice.

  7. easygardener says:

    The snow really shows it to advantage – you must be looking forward to seeing the blossom in Spring.

  8. Beautiful! We don’t see much snow here in central North Carolina, USA, so it’s lovely to be able to enjoy virtually the serenity of a snowfall in your garden. I’ve just got loads of mud. 🙂

  9. Oh how beautiful, I hope mine becomes as lovely once it is finally released from the straightjacket of the pot it has been living in these past few years.

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