Monday, February 18, 2013

Peach

Looks like the first peach blossom season at TFL is starting.   













Ben and Bud got a 900lb round bale delivered today...Ben approves.  Picked up a couple of pineapples today for a new greenhouse experiment. http://www.rickswoodshopcreations.com/pineapple/pineapple.htm

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8 comments:

Todd and Tina said...

Hi John. Growing pineapple is so easy. My yard is full of them here in FL, where they grow nicely. All that I have ever done is chop the top off and plant that directly into a pot of soil or directly into the ground. Once your plants start bearing fruit in a few years, it's fun to watch a little baby nub (which is purple and pink at that size) turn into a decent sized pineapple. Good luck with your new fruit!

rick said...

here's a peach.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4aYrDx-QKmg

Chris Miller said...

Those round bails are going to add up. Was just talking to your neighbor who spends $15k + per year to feed just 5 horses. Ouch!

Chris Miller
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Dizzy-Dick said...

The Field Lab pineapples, great addition, for sure.

Bob from Athens said...
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Allen Hare said...

The woodshop pineapple guy seems to have thought of everything. Looking forward to seeing your pineapple progress. Good luck!

edobnek said...

hope you keep that hay partitioned off or it won't last long.

zoL said...

Love the peach blossom. Looks lonely without a bee though. Perhaps the FL needs a hive or two?