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September 10, 2021


Not Monet

Oddly beautiful. Thanks.

Peter Garrison

Gotta hit the tree with a broomstick in February. Neighbor’s housekeeper told us that. Works fine. Usually.

Paloma Ave

Like Peter says, fruit trees will bear more fruit when they are stressed. It worked on our lime tree.


Over the years I have seen lots of people "Harvesting" Fruit @ Burlingame.
Gingko Berries, Crab Apples, Plums, Black Berries, Lemons and Limes. In and around Washington Park there are Grapes and Apricots too.

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