Simple Living Permaculture Gardening and Family Life
Beautiful bounty of pears comng :o) Hands that look that good most often don't see hard work :o)
Look at those pears!! We had one pear tree old enough to put on several pears this year. Something took ALL of the pears. None were on the ground. Raccoon? Is that possible?
Those little hands are so gentle and sweet and match the spirit and nature of a very precious little girl.
Texan, hmmm...not sure if a raccoon would carry them all off...could it have been a two legged thief? Our trees are veeeery very old at least over 60 years old. Our neigbor, who is over 80, told us his father planted them when he was a boy. They are very rough looking, a couple are even hollow. I felt sure I would find them on the ground after hurricane Katrina...but no! there they were standing tall! I would like to propagate them through cuttings this year. We nor the wildlife around here can consume all the pears these trees bear. I even give away bags of them.
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