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We did, the apricot trees here bloomed in March, weeks early, usually mid April is normal, then the cold snap, literally no apples on the wild trees and I can usually fill the bucket on my tractor with them numerous times, old pasture field here is loaded with apple. The previous spring, which was an actual spring, both the apricot and the apple tree in my yard did not bloom until mid May, and both at the same time, harsh winter, lots of snow, and cooler temps in the spring, I've never seen them both bloom at the same time, took a photo or 2, now I wonder what we'll get this year LOL !
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