Lately on my walks I have been noticing a lot of people have some kind citrus trees in their yards. I live in the San Francisco where it can get down right cold at times but in the last couple of years the winters have become a little bit more mild and I see these citrus trees blooming in my neighborhood. It is pretty cool and I will say that sometimes I will pick a low hanging fruit here and there:
Everyone should be fortunate to have fruit in their yard! My daughter has an orange tree, son has apple and peach trees, we used to have peaches. Thanks so much for linking up with me at the Unlimited Monthly Link Party 22. Shared!ReplyDelete
Oh how wonderful! My grandmother used to have citrus trees in her backyard when she lived in Florida and she just loved it. They would never survive our cold New England winters though.ReplyDelete
When my DIL a traveling nurse and son lived out there, it was amazing to hear about the orange trees and avocado trees and much more in their yard in the place they rented. That would be amazing to just go pick a fruit. Did not know San Fran gets cold at all.ReplyDelete
Nice captures I agree I like to see fruit on trees sadly i don't get much chance to see them here in central London arrgghhReplyDelete
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Wow they are so lucky! It must be fun to see them on your walks!ReplyDelete
Such an abundance! I used to have apple and peach trees when I lived in Santa Cruz.ReplyDelete
Have a great week!
I wish citrus grew in my hood. But Utah is too cold for that. Sigh. Thanks so much for sharing this at our Party in Your PJs link party.ReplyDelete
I'm jealous - looks SO tasty!ReplyDelete
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Yes any vegetation in the city makes things brighter. Okay, you already know I was raised out in the county where there were all kings of plants and trees.ReplyDelete
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I have noticed that many people grow lemons. I, personally, have no use for them and wonder why they don't grow oranges!ReplyDelete
Fortunately, our 'new' garden has lemons and delicious mandarins!
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Having never lived where fresh citrus was available for the picking, I can only imagine. It grows abundantly where you live. Must be a joy to eat one fresh.ReplyDelete
how wonderful. first time I saw streets lined with fruit trees (mandarins, I think) was in Greece. I was in awe.ReplyDelete
These citrus trees really do have the power to brighten one's mood! I love that you sneak a low hanging fruit every once in a while! Thanks for sharing and linking with me, my friend.ReplyDelete
Wow, some of those trees are stacked! I'd pick a few too. No point letting them fall off, rot and go to waste.ReplyDelete