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The 11th Annual Hot Pepper Awards - WINNERS ANNOUNCED!

SavinaRed

Member Since 07 May 2014
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Topics I've Started

Spring is in the air

17 April 2018 - 08:56 AM

I have the following trees in bloom all in containers and the fragrance is amazing in my backyard.

Dwarf Washington Navel
Cara Cara
Moro Blood
Oroblanco
Kishu
Okitsu Wase Satsuma
Honey Mandarin
Tahoe Gold
Yosemite Gold
Shasta Gold
Gold Nugget
Variegated Pink Eureka Lemon
Meyer Lemon
 

Now I think I'm content with my citrus collection. But only time will tell . I know this OCD can be controlled and not control me rofl.................


Caviar Anyone ?

26 March 2018 - 11:26 PM

My brother caught this fish that just happened to have 8lbs of eggs. So at $70 an ounce for California White Sturgeon we decided to look for a recipe to cure it at have homemade caviar. It turned out amazing and we have gorged ourselves all week on caviar like gluttons. Here are a few pics .


Japanese Maples Anyone ?

24 March 2018 - 09:43 PM

I picked up a couple of dwarf varieties last fall and we decided to re-landscape our front yard and tearing out our lawn before summer. I live on a corner lot. My wife likes the idea of a few Japanese Maples as focal points in the yard so we picked up 3 different colored varieties today. A Coral Bark, Shindeshojo and a Bloodgood. My dwarfs are Shanai and Hanami Nakishi for my backyard area. Any one out there in THP land into JM's at all ?


Fresh Rocotto’s

02 March 2018 - 10:47 AM

I just picked these off my outside overwintered plant yum yum.

Video tour of my backyard

28 February 2018 - 01:19 PM

I just uploaded this on youtube I took the video a couple of hours ago. Check it out and any feedback would be appreciated my friends. I didn't realize it when I first started with all the different fruits I was planting but its called backyard orchard culture. The philosophy is planting trees closer together sometimes 2 - 4 trees where you would normally plant 1 tree and grow it large. This method keeps them smaller and this way you use most or all of your fruit without wasting much and you can grow many more varieties and spread it out over the year. So between my 7 different avocados I have them year round. My peaches, pears, plums, nectarines, apple from May- November and my 6 mandarins from November-May and lemons/limes year round. Blueberries, mulberries, strawberries and raspberries from April- October. And last but not least this year I had peppers all year and many overwintered in the ground.