Saturday, March 17, 2007

Quince At Sunset

Pin It

Promises of a bumper crop . . .
Never has my quince bush been so loaded with blossoms nor so beautiful in a sunset's golden light.

Copyright 2006-2007, Raven Ridge Gardens. All rights reserved. No content of this blog, including text and photos, may be copied, re-located or otherwise reproduced, in full or in part, for personal or monetary gain, without the express permission of the author.


Anonymous said...

Yours are blooming earlier than here and have a more orangey colour. Mine are a deeper pink. Looks like you'll have loads of quinces.

Christine said...

Hi Anne,
Actually, the blossoms are pinky-white when they open, maturing to a truer pink. The reason they're orange-y in the photos is because of the early evening sunlight hitting them at just the right angle.

Debby Gamble said...

Hello Christine...just to let you know I look at your photos everyday. I live in the north of France and our Spring is a little behind yours I think, still my honeysuckle and tiny roses are in bud. Trinidad looks gorgeous.

Christine said...

Hello Debby,
I'm so sorry I missed your comment when you posted it. Thanks for you visit to my garden. I hope to hear from you often.