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Cheryl's apple tree needs harvesting

From: Lynn L.
Sent on: Wednesday, September 5, 2012 10:15 AM

 Hi Wild Foodies - A member asked me to let you all know that she's got an apple tree that needs harvesting.  Although this isn't exactly wild food, per se, what the heck.  She's a member who's got excess apples.  You can contact her at [address removed] if you have questions.

"I have a Golden Delicious apple tree which is bearing a bumper crop this year. I have picked all I can process and there are a lot left. I would welcome people who would like to come and pick their own. It is in Philadelphia, near City Line and the Overbrook Station. If you send me a text at two-one-five[masked], I can give you further directions. This is a standard tree which means climbing a ladder, but I can leave one out. I never spray the tree with anything, so some of the fruits are blemished, and lots of them you have to cut out the middles, but that is just how nature does it. Cheryl"

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