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Fruit trees


Monday, April 07, 2014


someone asked what kinds of trees we bought. So between what we bought locally and what we ordered here is my list:
2 Keifer pears
2 Russian mulberry
1 Hale Haven peach
2 Elbera peaches
1 Stanley plum
2 Asian pears
2 Early blue plums
4 Sugar Sweet Cherry

There is probably more but can't remember them all. We have them planted now and will work on getting the rest of our veggie garden planted this week...Also will be removing our Rosemary as it was so burned this winter. I stressed it too much last spring by how much I pruned it. So will get that raised bed cleaned out and buy another rosemary or 2 and replant them. We will also work on deciding what to plant in our flower planters out front.

now for a funny:
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LAURIE9404 4/8/2014 9:50AM

    emoticon Love that!

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FLOWERDALEJEWEL 4/8/2014 6:58AM

   

Fruit trees are great in the garden, fruit fresh from the tree bears no resemblance to the plastic stuff they sell in supermarkets. I just wish we didn't have to cover the trees here from top to toe from parrots

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DOROTHYBERO 4/8/2014 6:19AM

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TUDAFD 4/7/2014 11:33PM

    Yummy! I wish I had room for that many fruit trees. I've managed 3 apple trees, a raspberry patch and a small patch of strawberries. I may put in a crabapple tree but still haven't decided if it's worth the mess and even more canning time. Thanks for sharing and have a great week. :)

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GRACEOMALLEY 4/7/2014 2:13PM

    Sounds like you'll have some yummy harvests down the line.
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ARNETTELEE 4/7/2014 1:39PM

  Wow what a selection of fruits! You're so lucky!

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