I have one tree that doesn't seem to care, it was the first to bloom last year, and it is again this year. It is my miniature peach. Last year, it's first with us, it gave us about thirty little peaches. Oh so yummy peaches.
And, my Fava beans are blooming like crazy! They went all winter with no problems at all with freezes! Really. I planted the seeds in late September and they have been growing and blooming the entire time. Now, if we can get more bees. People have had swarms and the bee population is dropping because when they get a swarm, they call an exterminator. Sad.
I would go to great lengths to find someone to collect them....ya know? I have even saved a number on my computer to call for "live collection". We need those bees, even little suburban "farmers" like me.
I also have trimmed my elderberry and soaked the cuttings and then potted them to regrow new ones. I think it is working. They have the type of stalks that can easily grow roots if given the chance. elderberries are an important part of the "medicine cabinet" around here as well as just being yummy in jams and pies.
Yup, with sunny days here and there, the birds say it is spring too. Next door the bluebirds have started nesting and the hummingbirds are claiming territory.
Is it spring where you are?