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    Just received and am planting 3 pear trees, 1 Fourth of July Peach tree, 1 Pomegranate, and 1 blueberry bush.



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    What kind of almond? My All-in-one is supposed to be self pollinating. It blooms but has never set.

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    I probably need a second apricot variety as a cross-pollinator . . .
    but I had a ton of bees in the April bloom burst before any leaves are on anything . . . like cherry these are early bloomers -
    . . . and I should prune for fruit spurs rather than let these grow totally "wild" if I wasn't lazy

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    I had some most excellent peaches this year . Mostly lost most of muh other blossoms in April snowstorms.
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    Picked my first paw paw of the year yesterday.

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  8. #36
    Apricot, pear, peach, walnut, orange, lemon, plum. It's about harvest time for the Bartlett Pears which must be picked before they're fully ripe.

    The Pedro Walnut is the most naturally gopher resistant due to black walnut rootstock. Most plants and critters avoid the bitter roots.
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    We have apples, cherries, walnuts, apricots, nectarines, peaches, pears, plums, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, jostaberries, and miscellaneous others.

    We have one fruit-bearing pear. The rest are years off as pear do not bear fruit until the are about 18 years old. Most of the rest are also maturing, some of them having had setbacks due to the escape of the goats who subsequently made a beeline for the orchard and raped the pants off some of the stock. That aside, we are in decent shape.
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    Only peach trees)

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