Well I’ll be darned my fruit trees have blossoms, and all because I used this old timers method (just click to read my earlier post). Finally after 5 years of nothing but green leaves the trees are loaded with pink and white blossoms. I’m assuming, as long as we don’t get a frost, I will have fruit this year. Oh I guess I also need to think about the bees and pollination. So I’m assuming if there’s no frost, but bees I will see fruit. I’m ecstatic, and amazed that beating the trees really worked.
Now I need to get out my garden site map too see what tree is planted where so I can anticipate what fruit we will be getting. Do you do that too, have a map of what’s planted where? For me I have to or I’ll never remember from year to year what is where. I did lose 3 fruit trees over the winter so I may need to plant something new for cross pollination, but for now I’m just thrilled to see the trees in bloom. I guess when I threatened to cut them all down they listened and started behaving.