VISUAL SOMA

01 May 2008 598 views
 
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photoblog image pear tree at sunset

pear tree at sunset

As you can probably tell, this dwarf Bartlett has hardly ever been pruned, but still bears close to half a bushel every year.

pear tree at sunset

As you can probably tell, this dwarf Bartlett has hardly ever been pruned, but still bears close to half a bushel every year.

comments (2)

  • Astrid
  • The Netherlands
  • 1 May 2008, 09:40
Is it your tree, than you are lucky, I live in a surrounding of many fruittrees, it is the most important thing to prune in Spring....love this sunset shot, great lighting and lovely colors...
Dave Bonta: It is you who are lucky, to have so many fruit trees. Everything we plant must be fenced for years until it grows out of deer range, and even so the deer often break down the fences and eat the young trees. This pear grows all by itself in an area where we once planted a dozen trees.
  • martie
  • Okinawa, soon to be US
  • 2 May 2008, 00:15
This is a beautiful photo. Lucky you to have this in your garden!!
Dave Bonta: Thanks for stopping by.

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