Flowers of Scotland - Spring
Apple Blossom

Apple Blossom

In Scotland, apple trees are usually grown for their spring blossom rather than for the fruit they produce. The shorter, cooler growing season means that apples do not easily reach maturity (unlike the south of England).

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