Rain Rejuvenates : Orchard

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Tuesday 26 November, 2013 by Uncle Spike

Following on from the post: Rain Rejuvenates The Garden, I had a query about the rest of the farm…

As far as the orchard goes, rain in the last month of the fruit just seems to increase the size of the fruit a bit, but certainly doesn’t seem to do any harm (unless there is an ice storm, in which case the whole crop can wither within days).

These are just a few photographs I took today…

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FULLY LOADED CLEMENTINE TREE

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FRUIT PICKING TIME

FRUIT PICKING TIME

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KUMQUATS LOVE THE RAIN IT WOULD SEEM

OUR TINY KUMQUAT TREE LOVES THE RAIN IT WOULD SEEM

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BUT FOR POMEGRANATE TREES, RAIN MEANS WINTER, SO TIME TO SHUT DOWN

BUT FOR POMEGRANATE TREES, RAIN MEANS WINTER, SO TIME TO SHUT DOWN

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  1. […] The Garden, I had a query about the rest of the farm… So I did a post with a few photos about the orchard, and this one is for the veggie side of our […]

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