It has no chance of survival - it would only attract pests..... sooo, bye bye...
|zwarte bes achter|
|Honeyberry already blooming - first|
|Honeyberry the second - already blooming|
|berry? Black or red - have to look that up!|
|Berry indeed - same story|
|Last picture of the apricot - it's gone now.. We had it for|
about 15 years and actually harvested about 10 apricots. If there
were more - as I suspect - they were plucked by passers by...
|sour cherry - still to be pruned back.|
|Prune after pruning ?!?|
|Cherry before butchering ;) Never was really beautiful...|
|Injuries on the apricot.|
|Tree - ugly as all get out, but within regulation!|
|sideview cherry - this year I'll be able to put curtains|
on again. Gotta be smart to keep those delicious cherries
safe from the birds!
|Gooseberry (right) and white currant (I think) are two separate|
entities again Never knew that a gooseberry was that invasive!
I pulled about 20 new plants from the perimeter -
as far as 4 meters away!. One new bush can stay at
the foot of the prune.
|Cherry - grows like wildfire. Finally the low branches|
are thick enough. The old growth was above the legal lim it of
2.5 meters. Rules of the allotment are now followed.
|remnants of the apricot - See the damage?|
|Sour cherry - still to be pruned.|