Most years we lose a lot of produce to the birds. With extra netting and earlier harvesting, we’re claiming our own this year
It’s that amazing time of year when seemingly dead sticks burst into flower and the dull, Winter garden becomes a riot of colour. For the trees, it’s all about reproduction but or us it’s about beauty and the promise of fruit. Our Sicilian Nectarine, Unknown Nectarine and Plum tree are positively radiant in their new gowns
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It’s putting a beautiful fragrance throughout the garden today. Post script…it was delicious! https://www.instagram.com/p/BwV919cFIGC/
Every year, something seems to harm our Tamarillo tree. Weather, caterpillars, not so gentle builders (mea culpa!) all conspire to prevent it from giving a crop. This year though, one has made it full term and two others are sneakily ripening, hoping to avoid the slings and arrows of outrageous Tamarillo fortune. share2steem via Instagram https://www.instagram.com/p/Bu-B0t0FGER/
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The Dwarf Mulberry that we planted a couple of months ago has surprised us and produced tiny fruit! The Mulberries are only about the size of my little fingernail. They’re not quite ripe but we’re really looking forward to tasting them. We hope they’re sweet!