A Garden in Citronelle Alabama zone 8b
It's so much fun playing in the dirt.
I see blooms on them. I wish we could grow them here! Is the one growing in the tire or is that some sort of animal guard?
Yes we are true southerners. We sometimes use tires. I didn't place it there but they work good to protect the peach trees.
How wonderful to have your own peach trees. Enjoy.FlowerLady
They look so lovely! I did wonder about the tire too.Thank you for visiting my blog. Have a great weekend.
Do you get a large crop for your peach trees? I am SO envious!Cindy
Just found you through my site meter. Nice blog. Thanks for visiting mine.
I have not received a good crop yet. I have been in my current location 15 months. This year I have added potting mix to the base of my peach, pear and blueberries as well as bloom burst and this week some 10-10-10.
Hey Becca, Thanks for commenting and following my blog. I hope you enjoy. I will be reading up yours too!
Ah Becca... I love seeing those pretty green leaves. We have very little of that so far... Our redbud is beginning to bloom--but the dogwoods aren't nearly ready. AND--none of our trees or shrubs have found their new clothes yet!!!!! SO--that's why I love seeing your GREEN leaves!!!!! Hope you get to go to Serenity Falls sometime. It's totally awesome.Hugs,Betsy
Hi Becca, I was just looking at the dwarf peach trees at Home Depot..they're so pretty in bloom. Thanks for visiting my blog and "following" :)Lynn
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