Liz – There’s been plenty of heavy rain and gale force winds, and even some snow, during the past month here in Lexington, Kentucky and there is little new to report about the White Oak.
I’m impressed, and relieved, that it’s withstood the winter weather as it has.
The pictures below show the trunk base, and water-droplets on the branch stems.
Mike – There has been similar weather here, but thankfully no snow. A close look at the Plum shows the first signs of blossom buds starting to form.
It originally had two main stems but one split away near ground level some years ago. The new growth where that happened has resulted in a mass of tangled stems.
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Have a good weekend!