This is the time of the year when people pull into our orchard and ask if they can take images of the Peach and Nectarine bloom. Some folks take images of individual blossoms, some individual trees and others take images of family and friends. This gentleman took images of his 1949 22nd Series Packard Station Sedan, also known as a Woody. Very cool.
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Thursday, March 28, 2013
The replacement trees will produce a fruit called Sansa. We are excited about Sansa which is a straight cross between Gala and Akane, and was developed in Japan. Sansa contains Gala's inherent sweetness along with Akane's disease resistance. We expect to begin seeing fruit in two to three years with full production in about five years. By the way that is Raven laying down waiting for me to finish taking pictures.