Cherry and apple blossoms begin their bloom

The time is now to schedule your trip to Door County to see the first signs of summer take shape. The first cherry blossoms of the season became visible earlier this week, with apple blossoms potentially showing their colors beginning this weekend. You can thank the warmer temperatures as of late for cherry and apple trees to turn the corner and start the process of bearing fruit. Wood Orchard owner Steve Wood says the big showy blooms you are seeing right now are a good sign for the crop this year.

Wood added that while the trees do their thing, they make sure the bees on their property have what they need to be productive pollinators at the orchard. They are also working to maintain the fields themselves and bring on the team that will help them harvest their cherries and apples.


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