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June 23rd This & That
I've spent days picking and pitting cherries, and it feels like I've got many days to go. I pick about 10 pounds per day, and once pitted, end up with about 6 pounds of cherries. Luckily I have a pretty nifty cherry pitter, that works pretty well for the price.
Jackmanii continues to thrive.
Hot Cocoa is now blooming. This rose has survived several winters now. It's a winner.
Front foundation planting.
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Your blooms and yard is so magnificant.I'm sure you are very proud of it.I only wish mine was green instead of brown dry grass.
I'd have liked to help you with your cherries if I could help myself to some as well. I like cherries. *lol* Your flowers are looking good. I like your border boundary. Is it stone?
You certainly wouldn't need that cherry pitter if I had anything to do with picking those cherries. I doubt if they'd even make it to the house!!!! Honey mangoes and cherries are my favourite fruits so don't go buying any mango trees or you could have a permenent resident at yor place. LOL
Thanks all! Eileen, cherries are my all-time favorite fruit too. Cherry pie (with almond extract in it) is also my favorite desert. I always know when I get a cherry pie without that almond extract in it....blah. Luckily my mil alerted me to the necessity to use it in my pies years ago! LOL
dessert, not desert
What a lovely cherry tree! I love Cherries!
I wish I could reach into the screen, and pluck that cherry, and pop it in my mouth . . . YUM!!! Lovely bloomers you have there.
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