The Life and Times of a Cherry Branch

Below shows the progress of a single branch of an established ‘Mt Fuji’ cherry over a period of quite benign weather

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 27th September

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28th September

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29th September

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30th September

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1st October

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2nd October

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3rd October

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4th October

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5th October

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8th October

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9th October

Cherry 10-10

10th October

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12th October

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15th October

So that’s about one week at its best, and about two weeks providing a certain level of floral pleasure.  Sounds kinda lame, but it’s incredible how much joy you can extract over that time.