The mystery has been solved about my Flowering Pear trees (If you missed the earlier post you can see it here). After doing a little research it looks like the time they flower is affected by wind temperature, heat, shade, and water. Apparently just because the calendar says spring that isn’t so with flowering trees. It depends on the daily air temperatures and how much heat each individual plant accumulates. This is why flowering pear trees in the front yard may bloom before those panted in the backyard (or vise-versa).
The ones that haven’t bloomed yet are near our pond and I bet the air temp is cooler coming across the field and the pond than it is up near our home. The logs tend to radiate heat and I think the tree in the photo is getting that heat. I guess I can sleep easy now that the mystery is solved. The other trees will bloom once they’ve had a chance to warm up.