Apples 🐝 Apple trees require two different varieties for pollination. What that means is that you need to purchase two different types of apples to be planted in close range (within 30ft) so that they can pollinate each other to create fruit. If you have a small yard, there are two exciting options. 1) Combination
Now that we’re into September it’s that time of the year where many of us are watching the leaves turn yellow, red, and purple on our trees and shrubs. We’re one big wind away from raking them up into piles (or mowing over them mulching them up into little, tiny pieces- my cheater way of
March 1st. It’s a clear day with frost on the trees, but it’s been a warm winter. We had one of those February’s where you can almost wear a t-shirt outside without a jacket. The last February I remember like that was in 2002 when one afternoon I headed out for a walk with no jacket because it was 14°C.