Slow allotment gardening in the life of a busy family
My apple trees bring apples every second year. Last year there were loads, and this year there are just a handful. I miss apples when there are none on my trees, but luckily we got some from my father in-law.Good neighbours are a gift! Enjoy the apples, Linda. They look delicious :)Hope you have a great weekend!
Hi LindaSend some of those apples over here!Even better, raspberries, please;-)
Those apples look delicious. What a generous neighbour you have.
They look great! (much better than mine were0. Who needs French Golden Delicious???
Nothing better than a fresh, crisp apple. They look great.
Dear Linda,I chosen you for abloggers game, because I really appreciate your blog!Please go to http://seepferds-garten.blog.de/ Greetings from Berlin!Gesine
0ne apple a day keeps the doct0r away!nice p0st!they lo0k crispy!
hi linda - im from new england and i'm not familiar with the term allotment gardening. could you explain breifly?
What pretty things! Enjoy!Boo to the allotment thieves!
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