This was originally posted in February of 2018.
The Baldwin apple tree in my yard is an old American variety and provides large greenish-red apples every other year.
But that’s only a start. Because it is larger than most apple trees, it is also a center for shade on a hot summer day, a hide for the the birds, an elegant statuesque centerpiece for the yard, and a winter frame to view the yard from a different perspective.
2 thoughts on “A Tree for All Seasons”
What a wonderful tree, Julie. I love anything related to apples–their shape, smell, taste, and beautiful blossoms. May the tree thrive for years to come.
Thanks for that! I would so miss it!