Clementine blossoms on a rainy day
There is a tiny clementine (citrus) tree in the front garden but despite it’s size it is an enthusiastic grower. It has already produced two small fruits that didn’t survive the curiosity of the children. In Afrikaans we call these fruits “naartjies” and it is apparently a hybrid between a mandarin and a sweet orange. It is now however sporting several white blossoms so here are a few pics. I also thought they would make a nice subject for a monochrome project that I am working on.
Photo 1: Clementine blossoms on a rainy day
Photo 2: Clementine blossom buds
Photo 3: Clementine blossoming
Photo 4: Clementine blossom bud tips
Photo 5: Clementine blossoms blooming
Photo 6: Clementine blossom and bud
Photo 7: Clementine blossoms with raindrops
Photo 8: Clementine blossoms monochrome reflection
Like the series – such a rare tree to have outdoors
Thank you Diana. It’s a happy little tree.
Pretty series the clementine flowers are beautiful,
I adore the monochromic reflection…
Good evening and good Sunday.
Beautiful series of photos! Love clementine’s! 🙂
Thank you Michael. Yes, they are pretty trees and the fruits are yummy too 😉