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    Do you have fruit trees?

    How is your harvest this year? In Michigan last year's crop was scant but the branches are LOADED this year.

    I have a Macintosh apple, a Bartlett pear, an Elberta peach and a D'anjou pear, the D'anjou is a dwarf and the others semi-dwarf. The apples are almost ready and I've already been using the apples that have fallen to bake with. The pears are getting close to picking too but I noticed today that some of the peaches are ready. Matter of fact just had my first one...awesomeness. :)

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    Well since you asked, no, I don't have any. :)

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    No, but I wish I did.

    I'd make Apple Pie, Apple Turnovers, Apple Butter, Apple....

    Well, you get the idea.

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    I would like to have some..

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    When I have a house with a bigger yard, that will be at the top of my list. I want a peach, a plum and an apple tree.
    And a blue berry bush. I have a blackberry bush, and it is growing like crazy....Not much fruit on it this year though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romans828 View Post
    No, but I wish I did.

    I'd make Apple Pie, Apple Turnovers, Apple Butter, Apple....

    Well, you get the idea.
    Then you've got to try this apple nut bread too...its soooo good!

    http://livingfaithforum.com/forum/sh...ull=1#post5536

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    I live in a townhome and have about 250 sq ft backyard with a huge lemon tree. I had 1 lemon last year but have 26 this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sojourner View Post
    I live in a townhome and have about 250 sq ft backyard with a huge lemon tree. I had 1 lemon last year but have 26 this year.
    How cool it would be to have a citrus tree, unfortunately wrong climate for me. Tho my uncle at one time did have a miniature lemon tree in his window with miniature fruit that you could eat. It was something like this:

    Do you have fruit trees?-plant-miniature-lemon-tree-terracotta-pot-near-window-jpg

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    Quest, I moved your post into a thread of its own...it sounds wonderful, tell us more:

    http://livingfaithforum.com/forum/sh...ttle-homestead

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