This is a Santa Rosa Plum which the frost bit this year. It bloomed out just a little too early because of our early warm spell...and, while in bloom...the frost hit.
This is one of our cherry trees. This one is the Bing Cherry and, it's really loaded this year...The birds & the squirrels will be very well fed.
The Concord Grape vines are also loaded with developing grapes and we should get a good harvest this year.
Our Georgia peach isn't doing so well...I think it needs to be in Georgia and our red raspberries need to be replanted. My husband also wants to start a new crop of strawberries.
Vegetable Update: 24 Rutgers tomato plants have bitten the dust...The frost got them.
We just laugh because, last year we had to replant our garden three (3) times: first the frost got it, then the birds got it, or was it the bugs...it might have been the rabbits...but anyway...it was gone. Then when it came time to reap the harvest, we were gone on vacation. I often ask my husband, why do we bother planting a garden in the first place? And the answer is, you plant your flowers and I'll take care of the garden.