Last of the apricots, man were they good! I looked at them on Sunday morning and thought that they could have used a day or two, came back in the evening and they were good to go. Beat the squirrel's, TPW has promised a crumble. Getting about a handful of strawberries a day, however the boysenberries flowers are drying up and falling off, did the same thing last year. HELP!!? if anyone has any ideas please let me know. It's like the whole crown of flowers/berries just dries up, end of story. The rest of the plant looks good.
June in the valley means a couple of things, one is that the heat is coming, get ready, and two is that its Jacaranda season. These trees are all over LA and they have a very cool purple flower, however they drop alot of debris. Luckly ours is not over anything of consequence.
The avocados are still plentyful. We pick 5-6 every week so that there are always avocado on the counter ready to go. I almost have the rotation down perfect.
One of the summer projects is a garden path. We have a lot of stones scattered around from various projects. We'll see how far I get.
Peaches are close, the branch has held on.
Next years crop of avocado's. Haven't lost many during the June drop,