The final part of our marathon fruit-tree-planting escapade.
12 x 200L bins plus some others made for a major exercise for we old boilers. Bit off a tad more than we could chew ... ;-\. Perhaps not 'we' since I did the buying and my partner Elaine came along for the ride. The wielder of the boot hopped in and did her share; without her help the job would still be happening.
Along with other BLFers, I ordered a double-graft Cherry tree and added a dwarf Peach and Nectarine, all three arrived yesterday afternoon. Planting them today put the almost-finishing touches ready for the garden visits - the deadline for which proved to be a bonus. There's more to do - isn't there always? At least the major part of our garden renovation is completed.
The box they came in:
The parcel with all 3 sharing the same bag:
3 views of planting:
Cover crop harvesting on the Cherry bin:
The double-graft Cherry - although there's tags, neither say which graft is which:
The Cherry with its two briar companions the Heritage Raspberries:
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