Luscious, tantalizing crop. Hazardous labour. Glad you're safe.:) I wouldn't be much help collecting. :))) I don't even think I could watch. Relieved it's over till next year.:)
Sean, you must have such a well organized garden. How many cherry trees do you have? I have been told that the cherry trees require cross pollination to produce a crop. Is that correct?
So glad you managed to do the harvest safely :-)
Claudia,suppose it would be breathtaking, indeed, to watch me on top of the ladder. :)Ardent,sheer chaos is what you suppose to be well organised. :)One huge cherry tree we, and if we would let them all grow there might be 30 morellos; but we let only two grow; well, and one that was so clever to grow in the shadow of the hazelnut trees, of which we have four.You are right, like (if I am not wrong) all fruit trees the cherry trees require cross pollination.No bees - almost no fruits.That is why we were so glad that the bumble bee queens this spring accepted the invitation to reside in Seanhenge.CherryPie,guess what I am. :)Even more seriously: Thank you.