A query came in via twitter thanks to @Carolewelan and @Psneeze that I thought may be worth sharing:
@DoneganGardens? RT @jennyfoxe Can anyone explain why our tree has two completely different blossoms on it?
can’t see all of tree, but appears as tho shoots are coming from the base of the tree. Most apples are… grafted. ie. The bottom/ rootstock joined to stem from n entirely diff tree joined. Simply prune off. brutal video – but visual may explain better 🙂
I like Jenny’s response:
@DoneganGardens I think it’s cherries. We’re going to leave it. I like its freakishness. Thanks 🙂
To which I should and could only reply:
@jennyfoxe freakishness not great for the main plant, i only provide the info. however your tree makes you smile *is* the best option 🙂