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Planting Annual Flowers, Brussels Sprouts, Collards, Tomatoes. 4.23.18
Daniel, the fruit of the "Chester" blackberry that I planted in 2012 looks like yours. It has no thorns and is sweet (but only when picked just before it falls off the cane). Before then it's very sour.
Daniel, your exotic fruit is amazing. Still, I'm happy with my plain ol' peaches, apples, and pears. I can't process them fast enough.
When I look at your plums, all think about is making honey wines or mead from them.
Yes, it was rather lucky to get what we did get.
That fruit looks delicious!
Hahaha.....I'd say hell is in our wildfires!
"I would rather sit on a pumpkin and have it all to myself, than be crowded on a velvet cushion."
Henry David Thoreau
I am optimistic that gardening will be viable anywhere. If nature can find a way, then humanity can be a part of it.
Sympathies out to both Patricia and Daniel regarding garden woes. "Hell" is in your back yards! Hang in there.
It broke Rick's heart to leave his garden/greenhouse for so long, & he totally thought nothing would be left by the time the evac was over. Needless to say, he was well pleased to get anything at all.
I did manage to get a few peas, & beans into the freezer before all hell broke loose, but the plants were all dried out when we got back.
We did get 4 cauliflower, several broccoli heads, a little of the parsley & basil, & it looks like we'll get a melon or two. Tomatoes are iffy.
Glad Rick was able to salvage some of the garden.
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