I've posted some pictures in the Picture forum but knowing everybody does not necessarily go there, I thought I'd post here. As most remember, we had a really super warm spring. In Michigan, all the fruit blossomed way ahead of time. I tried to salvage some peaches and apples and although I burned over a cord of wood, it just was not enough. There were very few apples and peaches to be found in the entire state. So, we had our apples blossom in mid-April rather in May but now we are finding apple blossoms in October! There is one catch though in that so far we've found them only on thorn apple trees and fortunately our regular apple trees are not showing blossoms. Perhaps one reason is that the thorn apples have all dropped all their leaf while the others still have some leaf. Here is just one picture to show and you can go to the Perfect Picture to see the rest. Question: Has anyone seen or heard of this happening in the past? Do you think this perhaps is a sign of many more changes to come? Good or bad?