13 Comments

  1. Donna says:

    Than is going to be a magical spot.

  2. Oh…that sounds lovely! That will be an avenue to often walk down. I was given a gift of a crabapple tree this past summer, and I look forward to watching it grow and extend its beauty.

  3. Cat says:

    Sounds beautiful…I can imagine what a serene, peaceful spot that will be.

  4. Christina says:

    A lovely choice of planting, it will be lovely. Christina

  5. Oh Catharine it sounds like heaven. I cannot wait to see pictures of it in the future…

  6. Mark and Gaz says:

    That sounds delightful Catharine, an avenue of this very ornamental tree. Looking forward to seeing photos of it in the future!

  7. the birds and bees are going to love this – people will gasp in wonder too as it will be seen for miles on your hillock 😉 A brilliant idea

  8. HolleyGarden says:

    I love crabapples – and this particular one looks absolutely fabulous! An avenue of them will be heaven to walk through when they’re flowering!

  9. Tatyana says:

    I have never ever had my own apple tree. Yours looks wonderful! I love crabapples, my childhood was surrounded by them.

  10. debsgarden says:

    Oh, my! You have suddenly brought back memories of my grandmother’s crabapples, planted in a row on a hilltop. I loved the beautiful spring blooms and the tart fruit. Your avenue of crabapples surrounded by a meadow of wildflowers will create magical memories, too!

  11. It will look lovely at this time of year….

  12. Andrea says:

    We don’t have apples trees in the country, we just import them from temperate climes. They look very ornamental both during flowering and when laden with fruits.

  13. Would love to see them all planted!

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