I have had the pink lemonade tree for a long time and haven’t had too many lemons from it. I would love to put it in the ground but still figuring out a space! Other citrus are doing mighty fine!! New from last year are Washington oranges, which produced about a dozen tasty oranges last…
So tall! Over a foot tall! Unfortunately I do not know how old these crowns are. I am going to assume one year crowns. Impulse buy 🙂 I think I have some kind of squash! First time used some compost. I have a closed bin which possibly has zucchini seeds from the old zucchini I…
So pretty. I don’t spend a lot of time caring for these, just dip them in water once every three weeks or so.
My little fig tree looks so happy in his new pot!! I thought this smaller one wasn’t as content as the other plant but looks like I will get getting my first dogs this year! I bought these off amazon or eBay…. I believe this is the violet de Bordeaux?!
Can’t bear to thin these guys but surely there will not be a good outcome?!
This comes mainly from three plants. Al grown in containers.
Here’s what I got! Unfortunately may grey has brought too much dewy foggy weather. Wonder how much flesh are in these little ones… Some are still soft skinned. So hopefully they will harden up?!
Here’s a good bowl of blueberries harvested 5/9/16 I also have a couple of peaches. My peach trees were damaged in the storm earlier this year so not many fruits this year.
I’m always surprised how quickly they grow! Only pollinated a week ago and now I have 4 little mini squashes! I am not sure which pits they’re coming out of, I have three pots each with two plants.. Hopefully each plant will bear at least one squash.
We decided to pick the pitaya dragon fruit even though it didn’t appear as bright pink as some of the pictures. I did ready it takes about 30 days from flower to ripe. So I think i ended up picking it at 45 days. The tentacles coming off the fruit started having slightly dry looking…
Check it out, finally turned from green to pink and hopefully to that bright shocking pink! I only had two flowers, it was the first time my pitaya has flowered and so lucky to have two fruits. You can see the green little dragon fruit by the wall in the first picture.