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Wild Fruit

Uploaded by: ChrisAnthemum

Saturday March 23, 2013

Westfield, NC (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: When we got a large number of peaches or nectarines to can a few years ago, we threw the stones over the fence into the brush. Lo and behold, a few hardy souls took root, with the result that there are a handful of peach or nectarine volunteers in the woods now. Last year this one set a few fruits, though the critters got them before they were ripe. That's still better than my expensive grafted peaches did, which both died. :(

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4. ChrisAnthemum
10:06 PM GMT on March 24, 2013
Thanks for your comment, Maria! My fruit trees did well for awhile, but the last two years have been very disappointing for a number of reasons. (See my series of last summer titled "Blighted Hopes.") At this point I am not replacing the ones that have had to be removed. It's kind of a kick in the teeth when a wild volunteer does better than named, grafted trees for which I paid a lot of money.
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3. Proserpina
9:56 PM GMT on March 24, 2013
What a neat photo! My peach tree did very well for a few years then it died, as did the cherry tree, plum trees, apple trees. The only tree that survived is a pear tree which bears pretty flowers but bitter fruit. Fortunately the squirrels like the pears, bitter or not.
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2. ChrisAnthemum
9:44 PM GMT on March 24, 2013
Thank you, Wanda!
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1. Wanda1948
7:14 PM GMT on March 24, 2013
Very beautiful, Kathy!
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Wife, mother, grandmother, gardener, naturalist, writer, artist, crafter, homeschooler, owner and occasional breeder of registered Shetland Sheepdogs, and a child of the King. Rank amateur at most of these. Live in Westfield, NC, near the western mountains.Some of my photos are now available for sale from Fine Art America. Please check the website: http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/kathryn-meyer.h tml only join the html -- for some reason this site won't let me do it. Clicking on my website below leads to FAA's main page, but you can access my gallery there by putting my name Kathryn Meyer in the search box.

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