It's apple blossom time. That's the beautiful Almata apple. It has dark pink flowers, dark reddish leaves, and red apples with deep red flesh. It's a beauty. Around the farm are a lot of other apple trees, some from the old farm and a lot that we have planted in our time.
Also all over the place are wild crab apple trees, some with the tiny fruit of the native trees (see the picture below) and other which have obviously crossed with domestic apples as they have much larger fruit. We have grafted eating apples on some of the trees as they have the advantage of being willing to grow in much wetter sites than the rootstock of most domestic apples.
And in the fall the birds love the fruit.