Thank you! I just know it is so beautiful in the spring when nut and
fruit trees, as well as some ornamentals are in flower. I was
wondering what fruits, nuts, etc, he was growing. You just answered
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, "karoubas" <karoubas@...>
> Hi Gloria
> Most of the trees, Panos plants - he either buys or gets the
> from friends around the world - but he also has some from seed balls
> or planting the seeds directly on the ground. He has has a very
> variety of trees, both fruit producers and evergreens. On the
> of which ones are blooming in the photos I did not ask - he said the
> farm will be in bloom for the next 3 - 4 weeks, as each type tree
> blooms at different times. This time of the year the almond trees
> in bloom or have completed their cycle, the prune and cherry trees
> --- In email@example.com, "Gloria C. Baikauskas"
> <gcb49@> wrote:
> > Kostas.....the photos are incredibly beautiful. You are so lucky
> > able to walk through all of that great scenery....and
> > As I went through the photos I found myself wondering what kind
> > trees I was seeing flowering? Can you enlighten me?
> > Were those some of the ones previously seeded with seedballs?
> > Gloria, Texas