Don’t sit under the apple tree… with any one else but me!

 

One experience you can never recreate in Q8 is the thrill and excitement of harvesting fruit directly from a tree! It’s amazing when you see a tree full of something you love, getting a basket and begining to tug and pull at the branches to get the fruit… there is something about filling that basket with produce… knowing that this is a tree you have planted and now it’s all grown up and giving back something… it’s like watching your baby grow up! Why can’t they invent something that enables us to grow apple trees in our gardens? Or any other kind of fruit? Why do i have to travel in order to enjoy this? It’s so much fun ❤ 



 



There is also a raspberry tree! But the raspberries didn’t look done yet… i wonder what would happen if i bring an apple tree and plant it in Kuwait? Would it die? Would it live but not get any fruits? Why can’t we plant apple trees why? why? 

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9 responses to this post.

  1. Planting Veggie and fruits is fun.. I love tomatoes and I’ve been planting them for 2 years now..

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    • Posted by danderma on October 5, 2010 at 10:29 AM

      I would have loved to plant tomatoes or cucumbers or anything here 😦 i have had a mint plant bs matat w3liya!

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  2. I love planting Veggie and fruits (^.^) I would love to have my own garden for that.
    Pictures are amazing 😀

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    • Posted by danderma on October 5, 2010 at 10:30 AM

      Thanx hon! I would have loved to grow my own produce! Grow cucumbers and tomatoes and potatoes and carrots and red peppers! Lakin wain mako shay ye6l3 😦
      I tried growing a mint and a basil… both died on me although i kept them inside b3d mo outside :`(

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  3. Posted by abeer on October 5, 2010 at 1:14 PM

    where was this? in which country if i may ask?

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  4. Posted by Smee on October 5, 2010 at 7:45 PM

    We had an orange tree outside my grandmother’s house in Surra.
    You should try that!

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    • Posted by danderma on October 5, 2010 at 11:13 PM

      We had a lemon tree back in the 80’s… all what we got was fragrant leaves. not even one lemonaya 😦
      Did it actually produce edible oranges?!!!! Would it work if i planted it ?

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  5. Posted by Kinz on October 6, 2010 at 1:01 PM

    We had an apricot tree in California that bore the sweetest fruits and so much we made our own jam. We also had roses,lemons,artichokes,grapes,figs,mint,Rosemary,basil,thyme and masses of flowers. It’s the soil and climate that are key. By the way those are blackberry canes, raspberries are more thimble-shaped and are ripe when red. There is a new variety that is golden and less acidic. In order to grow fruit in a desert environment you will have better results if you have an expert check the soil. Some fruit which grow very well are mangos and gishta, dates, bananas, coconuts, citrus. If you only had leaves maybe you had a male plant? I don’t know about citrus but date palms have male and female.

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