Want one? A rufuous hummingbird visited this one today, a few times. What a beaut he was.].
This could be your future, too! With thorns, yes, but with lumpy fruits and exquisite blooms and tiny copper-coloured birds making the air thrum. If you’re in the Okanagan, I’m sure we can make the hand-over. Then you can be like Monet. He would have painted these, I’m sure.
Categories: Floral, Nature Photography, Other People, Spirit
I love quince and have been looking for one for a long time. Please let me know details. My cell is 2507644046. I am in Kelowna.
Hi, it found a home, but I’ll see if I can coax another one. I think there are a couple.
Do you know John Galsworthy’s story, “The Japanese Quince?” I think the whole story is found here: https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Japanese_Quince
O I wish. Quince jelly made with my grandmother…
I don’t suppose one would stay alive in Edmonton (zone 3a)…? We are rebuilding our backyard after an Event (see my Facebook November 26, 2021). We do have a peach tree now, if it survived the Event fallout…
It’s a good question! Mine found a home, but there’s another shoot I can dig up and see if I can get it to root for you.