apple blossoms, fig growth, and other never ending garden things

March 4, 2015


winter gardening 2015winter gardening 2015winter gardening 2015winter gardening 2015winter gardening 2015winter gardening 2015We wrap up a few garden projects, only to start whole plethora of new ones. Things are starting to take shape, but we still have a long way to go until we are done. Honestly, I don’t think we will ever be done. Once everything is planted, then there’s the upkeep and pruning that will have to be done constantly to care for these 60+ trees growing in our backyard.

But it is fun to savor moments of progress… a flush of new growth here, a blossom there. And while some of the blossoms seen (first two photos) will die off as a result of the unestablished trees’ root systems, it still provides eye candy if nothing else for the time being!

(Photos, top to bottom: Nectarine x2, Ronde de Bordeaux fig, Australian Finger Lime, Meyer Lemon.)

 

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