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April 24, 2013 - 6 went

Peaches and Nectarines

BEAUTIFUL peaches this year - no cats eating on them, no other bugs! The trees were loaded, but too early. Frost nailed 90% of my crop. What was left were the most incredible peaches I've ever tasted.

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Added by Laura G.
on Apr 26, 2013.
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  • Erin W.

    Nice. I'm about to plant my trees this week. Peaches, apples, plums and pears all x2 each.

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  • Laura G.

    Great! My plums were excellent this year - I want to put in more. The tree above didn't make it this year and my two nectarines also died, from what I don't know. My UFO peach did very well, however. Peaches were small, but plentiful and incredibly tasty. I added pomegranate, Ponderosa lemon, mulberry, and two olive trees this year, plus blackberries and a couple more grapes.

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