Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Summer, December 2013

This cherry harvest has come and gone quickly. Felt like being stuck on fast forward.
Still harvesting nice stone fruit, have had good rain since last entry.

Diamond Candy
Yellow flesh peach below

Ice Princess
White flesh peach


Young Diamond Candy peach tree.

Solar Mate apricots
Candy Giant plum

Candy Rosa plum above and below

Candy Giant below

Black Candy plum


August Candy plum
I took these photos of stone fruit on the 3rd of December, this season 2013 is early.



Young cherry trees planted last winter


In the garden around the barn

Tahlia working in the fruit barn

A contemplating frog

An overview of the young orchard looking down on the barn
Time to contemplate change and offer our property for sale.
The fruit barn, over the years has built up a strong return customer base. It makes us proud to think that we have supplied so many families with their Christmas fruit.
Still believe we are only scratching at the surface of the properties potential and with some extra capital so much more could be realised.
We have always dreamed of opening a small retail nursery to compliment the fruit barn. A timber gazebo for families to rest and eat on their travels.
You pick assorted berry trellises for families to enjoy more time together.
A block of oak trees for black truffle production as an extra revenue base for the orchard.
These may be dreams, but a customer base has already been established and these extra activities would compliment the business.
If you have ever considered this lifestyle here is your chance.
You can see the orchard advertised at www.sellwithoutagents.com.au 
just click on the link
Best wishes to all.

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