This weekend I thought I'd do some more recording from the garden. I have several trees that are developing fruit on them and it's fun to watch them grow. So here's the latest report out of the Sonoran Desert in Tucson, AZ.
|The Mulberry forms as it awakens in March|
|The Blenheim Apricot begin to form around mid April|
|Persimmon Buds indicate that fruit will arrive shortly...if the wind doesn't get them first.|
|The Elberta Peach has been the strongest performer of the 3 peach trees growing on the property. This year, there are about a dozen peaches on the tree. Ready for picking by July. Fruit forms right after it blossoms.|
Labels: Blenheim Apricot fruit, brown turkey fig fruit, Elberta Peach fruit, fruit forming, fruit nuggets, fruits in Tucson, Pakistan mulberry fruit, persimmons fruit