Our apple trees are finally starting to bloom. Our peaches, plums, apricots, and hybrids have already finished blooming.
Our Anna apple is in full bloom and really has a lot of blooms in comparison to years past and given that it is only three years old. Our Granny Smith is also starting to bloom, but it does not have anywhere near the number of blooms as the Anna. Our Newtown Pippin similarly starting to bloom, but I will not allow these blooms to fruit given that the tree is only one year old. I want the Newtown Pippin to direct its energy to building its root system and branch structure - not fruit.
The remainder of our apple trees have not yet started blooming.
The photograph below is the Anna. I had a hard time exposing this photograph so you could clearly see the blooms. Given the background in this photograph, they are difficult to see.