Hiding From Birds

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  1. What lovely light and color! Are these in your yard?

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    1. Yes, these are growing on the side yard, along the fence near the kitchen. They’ve gotten so tall that they’re staked up & out into the back yard. We’re hoping to taste a few before the birds discover them.

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      1. Cool! Do you have any little net bags like onions/citrus come in? You could enclose a few bunches to protect them from critters. Hope you get to enjoy some!

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        1. Oooh, I have none in the house! I will try to remember to save those net bags next time we buy produce. We need a GIANT one for the persimmon tree. The squirrels have already started munching over there, and they poor fruit are only now starting to go from green to palest orange. We’re resorting to tossing peanuts on the ground in hopes of distracting the little thieves.

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          1. There is a natural product called ‘Repels-All’ that maybe you could spray on the tree trunk (assuming they climb it as opposed to hopping on it from above). Or maybe make a mix of garlic and red pepper to spray on the fruit to allow it to ripen?

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            1. Thanks Eliza. I’ll check it out!

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  2. A gorgeous perspective and light ❣️❣️

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    1. Thanks Val. I’m a sucker for plants showing the light coming through.

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  3. Good luck on a few bites to taste!!

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    1. I’ll let you know how they taste, should I be so lucky!

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  4. nice! would
    not be hiding
    from my
    yardbirds 🙂

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    1. Thanks David. Some fruit are so sweet they’re loved by all.

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