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Crinum Bulbs. 3.16.18
Thanks, Daniel. Good thoughts. Not sure why I chose a Red Delicious in the first place. I bought it on a whim, I guess, while visiting an orchard in South Hero on Lake Champlain. The rooted portion of the tree will be an obstacle, unless I can get a backhoe up here.
I would be sad as well Don.
A pity, Don!
An early fall of dense snow overnight has taken my Red Delicious apple tree, planted as a whip in 1980. Sad to see. At age 36, it had been just coming into its own in shape and production. Our 20-year-old red oak, however, looks splendid.
Daniel, what's the name of the corn, that you said wasn't too sweet?
Randy, your raspberry wine sounds delicious. When I win the lottery, I'll come visit you and maybe you'll give me a sip.
Good looking food, Daniel. Surprised you still have "corn on the cob".
I'm preparing to till up my garden--at least half of it where nothing is growing. I really need to plow it to turn over soil 6" deep. It's rather compacted.
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