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Re: Time to add them up.

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12-30-2013 13:39:46

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We have two peach trees here in far northern NY state and they have done well with many sweet peaches each summer. The last ice storm broke a big limb off one of whem a couple of days ago. We hope the tree recovers but if not we started a new one to replace it. Last years garden was a big bust. Way to much rain and cool weather. Not sure we will try again this spring.

Even the seed catalogs have not been able to get us thinking about gardening, what with all this cold weather and ice storm.

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12-30-2013 17:01:41

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 Re: Time to add them up. in reply to 2badlybent, 12-30-2013 13:39:46  
2badlybent, I'm sorry to hear about your peach trees, we got our inspiration from a guy in Superior. He has a nice peach tree right on 2 off of 53,been there since I can remember, peaches the size of a good sized softball.We just had to try.

We had snow up until may of last year,put us way behind in planting, although we got one peach,if you remember our post about Garden was ok,but not like years before.either started out too cold, then turned hot and nothing in between. Thanks for the reply,
Regards, LOU

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