A Garden in Citronelle Alabama zone 8b
It's so much fun playing in the dirt.
Can't you sell those??!
Yes I can sell them and probably make some good money. I like to share. I probably will sell some but I prefer to give many away.
Thanks for visiting today. I enjoyed reading your post about pecans. The home I grew up in had pecan trees - Stewart and paper shell. The squirrels could easily break into the paper shells. Even tho Mom was visually impaired, she and I would pick up hundreds of pecans...she could feel them w/ the bottoms of her feet! One year, we sold some to the local grocery and bought a dress for my piano recital. Thanks for the memories today.
I was thinking you would have lots of orders by now. Those are the good kind. I would take some but we have a place we get ours here.Thanks for beening so kind to give them away.Patsy
You are very generous ! I have some in my freezer but we gave a lot away too.(())
Thank you for commenting on my blog Becca. It's my first visit to your blog. It's wonderful.I'll have some of your lovely pecans - Are your willing to post some to Scotland - I am only joking, honestly!
Fabulous that you are getting some. I'd LOVE pecans, but I'm not in your neck of the woods!
I'm surprised that your comment box hasn't been full of requests for pecans. It looks as if this year will be a bumper crop. Limbs here are hanging low and full.
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