Wednesday, June 22

Playing bee comes to fruition - Apricot Flavourcot




24 comments:

  1. A fantastic crop, well done you. The foliage looks incredibly healthy as well. What do you feed your fruit in pots?

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    1. They have been fed with tomato food CJ and also some Miracle Grow.

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  2. Wow! What a success story!

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    1. I reserve judgement until we gave eaten some, Sarah

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  3. Wow indeed :) They are going to taste fabulous. Does this mean you're now Queen Bee {giggle}

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    1. Nope justoine of the workers, Jayne :-)

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  4. I couldn't help noticing the rain on the greenhouse roof! All the outdoor crops are well-watered this year...

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    1. They are indeed, mark at least it is saving on muscle power.

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  5. Congrats!! I know how exciting it is when an elusive fruit harvest is finally realized. Looks like we will not be enjoying any cherries this year - the birds are well fed though.

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    1. We don't look as though we will have many if any cherries either Margaret. Most of the ones that had to set have fallen off

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  6. Looks like it will be an impressive harvest---congrats! They look marvelous
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    1. Let's hope that they taste good too, Sue

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  7. How wonderful, what a bounty. x

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  8. Wow! Look at those apricots! Your hard work have been paid Sue! ;)

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  9. Ooooh, well done you! So now that you obviously master pollination, what’s next….honey?

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    1. I wish that it had worked as well in the peach and nectarine. Helene

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  10. Goodness me, they certainly are something! Well done you that woman!xxx

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    1. Next year I need to manage the same with the peach and the nectarine, Dina. My efforts at pollination were failures in that direction.

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  11. These apricots look so delicious!

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    1. We tasted son yesterday, Aga and they were not quite ripe.

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