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This is an example of a traditional landscaping in Boston.

Garden Design - Traditional PlantingsTraditional Landscape, Boston

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Noelle Johnson Landscape Consulting added this to How to Prune Your Fruit Trees in WinterDec 16, 2017

Not sure how to prune a fruit tree? You can do it yourself or hire a certified arborist to do it for you. By following these pruning tips every year, you will increase your chances for a bountiful harvest of delicious fruit and a healthy fruit tree for years to come.

Shana Levy McCracken added this to How to Waste Less FoodFeb 16, 2017

7. Share your bounty. Do you have fruit trees you can’t keep up with during their peak production? Not to worry. There are gleaning services by which volunteers will come and pick the fruit for you, then deliver it to local food banks. You won’t have a big mess on the ground, and you won’t feel like a bad apple. Tip: Check out this list of gleaning services on the West Coast and in a limited selection of Eastern locations as a starting point.

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Britt added this to South Facing LandscapeFeb 28, 2019

Possible fruit trees to left of the driveway as you near the garage

Jon & Lesley Liebtag added this to Yard IdeasApr 24, 2018

Apple, pear, peach, and plum trees can all grow in SF! Apparently we should consider dwarf trees.

Bida Puso added this to Fruits PicturesJan 4, 2018

5. Go apple picking. Find an orchard that offers pick-your-own apples (check the listings on Local Harvest to find one near you) and head out for a fun day of picking fruit right from the trees. Picking at an orchard is not only fun (bring a picnic and make a day of it) but also offers a much wider (read: tastier) variety of apples than what you’ll find in the store.

Sonia Reyes added this to Wish ListSep 17, 2017

freshness of it , how the light reflects on it bringing out the vibrant colors. beautiful colors

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