That is sad. Will you plant another tree for the birds?I'm in for a drink of water. the sun is shining with a nice little breeze.but it's going to get to 27°C this afternoon or 80.6 °F. Hugs,JB
We have lost almost all of our fruit trees. We will need to plant new ones maybe next year. I don't have a single peach tree that survived. Our cherry trees aren't looking too good either. I hope you are had a nice week..
Oh, how sad! I'm so sorry that the tree will have to be cut down, not just for the birds, but for you and The Husband, as I know how much you love the vegetation in your yard. Have a "fruitful" Friday,Sister, anyway! Love you!
Bye bye cherry tree. Will you plant another bird tree? We have a weeping mulberry that the birds love, and it only grows about 7 feet tall. I recall that hymn about Joseph and Mary and the cherry tree that bows down to Mary.
Too bad about the tree. Getting another?
So sad about the cherry tree. Maybe you could use some of the wood for a nice out fire. Nellie, that means no cherry pies either. Blessings, xoxo,Susie
Sad about the cherry tree, same thing happened to 2 of ours. So much jam, etc. made from them. Have a great weekend!
My parents have a cherry tree and it is pretty much the sole use of its cherries: feeding the birds. They are simply too sour for humans.
Awww, that's awful. I always hate to see the loss of a tree.
Oh Nellie. Is tree dead? How sad you will have to have it chopped. I wish I could see your photos. Susan