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Apple blossoms in bloom on a wild apple tree Malus pumila growing by the Hudson River, Croton-on-Hudson, Westchester County, New York USA, April, 2012. Clusters of white flowers and pink buds attract butterflies and birds. Wild apples have grown from the seeds of old orchard trees and have become naturalized in New York State., particularly in old farm areas. New York is the second largest aplle-producing state in the US.
- © 2012 Marianne A. Campolongo
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