Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 1 - Gardening and Hobby 22

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Fig 01- Orange at backyard


We have a quite comfortable backyard with around 30 x 25 square meter size.


Enjoyable to grow several kinds of fruit, they are:

- Satsuma "Mandarin" Orange

- lemon squash trees

- straw berry

- and black berry.


The sweetest fruit is Satsuma "Mandarin" Orange.


Since a Satsuma tree is self pollinating, so we can have one tree only to get harvesting.


The orange starts to ripe in the early fall season (around September) every year.


My single tree could produce hundred of Satsuma oranges per year during last 6 years.


Fig 02- The sweet oranges


Fig 03- Storage at backyard


We got free natural vitamin C during fall season until early winter.


So fresh.

Moreover, about our backyard, at a corner, there is a small house (function as a storage).


In front of it, a swing and small table for afternoon coffee or tea. A cup of coffee together with cake and Satsuma orange is afternoon menu until middle of autumn, where temperature is not cold yet.


# To be continued to Part 2


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  3. How nice. we used to grow raspberries, but they have done their do..and the strawberries a little picky some years. We do have grapes and of course..if only our apple tree would produce. But for many years we could just go to certain places and pick native apples for free. Always great for that extra pie at Thanksgiving.

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    1. glad to know you grow some fruits....

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  4. It's great to have this availability. We have a tangerine tree, but we are sure it will never have any. Although, it gets to be outside for a while during the year. Now it's in the livingroom window. We have already had our first freeze.

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    1. unfortunate.... tangerine is sweet fruit...


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  5. Nice post , I love mandarin orange... thanks for your sharing...

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  6. That must be great to pick oranges from your tree.

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  7. I am so envious of your garden. Your oranges look so delicious! At our other house, we use to grow a lot of fruits and vegetables but we are only growing tomatoes and peppers now. We have already had frost here. I already miss sitting out in the yard.

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  8. Interesting post
    thanks for sharing ♥

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      Fig 01- Orange at backyard
      We have a quite comfortable backyard with around 30 x 25 square meter size.

      Enjoyable to grow several kinds of fruit, they are:
      - Satsuma "Mandarin" Orange
      - lemon squash trees
      - straw berry
      - and black berry.

      The sweetest fruit is Satsuma "Mandarin" Orange.

      Since a Satsuma tree is self pollinating, so we can have one tree only to get harvesting.

      The orange starts to ripe in the early fall season (around September) every year.

      My single tree could produce hundred of Satsuma oranges per year during last 6 years.

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  9. You have a beautiful garden and the tangerines are great.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 1 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 03- Storage at backyard

      We got free natural vitamin C during fall season until early winter.

      So fresh.

      Moreover, about our backyard, at a corner, there is a small house (function as a storage).

      In front of it, a swing and small table for afternoon coffee or tea. A cup of coffee together with cake and Satsuma orange is afternoon menu until middle of autumn, where temperature is not cold yet.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:
      - HAVE YOU SEEN AND TASTED PINK SALT?
      - WHY WILL SUMATRAN ELEPHANTS EXTINCT?
      - SHOULD I CHOOSE REAL ESTATE OR 401K INVESTMENT?
      - ARE CAGE FREE HEN’S EGGS GOOD FOR HEALTH?
      - WHY IS HEALTH CARE COST INCREASING IN THE USA?
      - IS ARABY A STORY OF FAILURE LOVE?

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  10. Oh yes I'm really happy with my new spices =)

    Great post =) It's nice to have fruits in your own garden. In my childhood we were living in a house and we had so much fruits and vegetables there, this was pretty amazing. Now in my apartment I just have some herbs in the kitchen :D

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    1. I see...

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 1 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 01- Orange at backyard

      We have a quite comfortable backyard with around 30 x 25 square meter size.

      Enjoyable to grow several kinds of fruit, they are:
      - Satsuma "Mandarin" Orange
      - lemon squash trees
      - straw berry
      - and black berry.

      The sweetest fruit is Satsuma "Mandarin" Orange.

      Since a Satsuma tree is self pollinating, so we can have one tree only to get harvesting.

      The orange starts to ripe in the early fall season (around September) every year.

      My single tree could produce hundred of Satsuma oranges per year during last 6 years.

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  11. Mandarins are so tasty! That is wonderful have have a tree bearing so much fruit. We have fruit trees in our yard but they are all still babies. It may be another 2 - 3 years until we have edible fruit.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 1 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 03- Storage at backyard

      We got free natural vitamin C during fall season until early winter.

      So fresh.

      Moreover, about our backyard, at a corner, there is a small house (function as a storage).

      In front of it, a swing and small table for afternoon coffee or tea. A cup of coffee together with cake and Satsuma orange is afternoon menu until middle of autumn, where temperature is not cold yet.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:
      - HAVE YOU SEEN AND TASTED PINK SALT?
      - WHY WILL SUMATRAN ELEPHANTS EXTINCT?
      - SHOULD I CHOOSE REAL ESTATE OR 401K INVESTMENT?
      - ARE CAGE FREE HEN’S EGGS GOOD FOR HEALTH?
      - WHY IS HEALTH CARE COST INCREASING IN THE USA?
      - IS ARABY A STORY OF FAILURE LOVE

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  12. Oh yum! I love mandarins! And its super nice to have fruits in our backyard.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 1 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 01- Orange at backyard

      We have a quite comfortable backyard with around 30 x 25 square meter size.

      Enjoyable to grow several kinds of fruit, they are:
      - Satsuma "Mandarin" Orange
      - lemon squash trees
      - straw berry
      - and black berry.

      The sweetest fruit is Satsuma "Mandarin" Orange.

      Since a Satsuma tree is self pollinating, so we can have one tree only to get harvesting.

      The orange starts to ripe in the early fall season (around September) every year.

      My single tree could produce hundred of Satsuma oranges per year during last 6 years.

      Delete
  13. My parents have a lot of fruit trees at their backyard.

    Have a nice weekend!

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 1 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 03- Storage at backyard

      We got free natural vitamin C during fall season until early winter.

      So fresh.

      Moreover, about our backyard, at a corner, there is a small house (function as a storage).

      In front of it, a swing and small table for afternoon coffee or tea. A cup of coffee together with cake and Satsuma orange is afternoon menu until middle of autumn, where temperature is not cold yet.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:
      - HAVE YOU SEEN AND TASTED PINK SALT?
      - WHY WILL SUMATRAN ELEPHANTS EXTINCT?
      - SHOULD I CHOOSE REAL ESTATE OR 401K INVESTMENT?
      - ARE CAGE FREE HEN’S EGGS GOOD FOR HEALTH?
      - WHY IS HEALTH CARE COST INCREASING IN THE USA?
      - IS ARABY A STORY OF FAILURE LOVE

      Delete
  14. You have a very pretty garden, and I like the building with the green shutters. How wonderful that you have your own fruit trees!

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 1 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 01- Orange at backyard

      We have a quite comfortable backyard with around 30 x 25 square meter size.

      Enjoyable to grow several kinds of fruit, they are:
      - Satsuma "Mandarin" Orange
      - lemon squash trees
      - straw berry
      - and black berry.

      The sweetest fruit is Satsuma "Mandarin" Orange.

      Since a Satsuma tree is self pollinating, so we can have one tree only to get harvesting.

      The orange starts to ripe in the early fall season (around September) every year.

      My single tree could produce hundred of Satsuma oranges per year during last 6 years.

      Delete
  15. Replies
    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 1 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 03- Storage at backyard

      We got free natural vitamin C during fall season until early winter.

      So fresh.

      Moreover, about our backyard, at a corner, there is a small house (function as a storage).

      In front of it, a swing and small table for afternoon coffee or tea. A cup of coffee together with cake and Satsuma orange is afternoon menu until middle of autumn, where temperature is not cold yet.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:
      - HAVE YOU SEEN AND TASTED PINK SALT?
      - WHY WILL SUMATRAN ELEPHANTS EXTINCT?
      - SHOULD I CHOOSE REAL ESTATE OR 401K INVESTMENT?
      - ARE CAGE FREE HEN’S EGGS GOOD FOR HEALTH?
      - WHY IS HEALTH CARE COST INCREASING IN THE USA?
      - IS ARABY A STORY OF FAILURE LOVE

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  16. Amazing post, thanks for sharing
    Kisses ♥

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 1 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 01- Orange at backyard

      We have a quite comfortable backyard with around 30 x 25 square meter size.

      Enjoyable to grow several kinds of fruit, they are:
      - Satsuma "Mandarin" Orange
      - lemon squash trees
      - straw berry
      - and black berry.

      The sweetest fruit is Satsuma "Mandarin" Orange.

      Since a Satsuma tree is self pollinating, so we can have one tree only to get harvesting.

      The orange starts to ripe in the early fall season (around September) every year.

      My single tree could produce hundred of Satsuma oranges per year during last 6 years.

      Delete
  17. I live in an area where there are seasons, and I do love my seasons. That said, I also grow citrus, and have to drag those trees in every fall. Naturally, they tend to go dormant, not showing any signs of life until early spring. I envy you for being able to get so much wonderful citrus.

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    1. I see...


      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 1 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 03- Storage at backyard

      We got free natural vitamin C during fall season until early winter.

      So fresh.

      Moreover, about our backyard, at a corner, there is a small house (function as a storage).

      In front of it, a swing and small table for afternoon coffee or tea. A cup of coffee together with cake and Satsuma orange is afternoon menu until middle of autumn, where temperature is not cold yet.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:
      - HAVE YOU SEEN AND TASTED PINK SALT?
      - WHY WILL SUMATRAN ELEPHANTS EXTINCT?
      - SHOULD I CHOOSE REAL ESTATE OR 401K INVESTMENT?
      - ARE CAGE FREE HEN’S EGGS GOOD FOR HEALTH?
      - WHY IS HEALTH CARE COST INCREASING IN THE USA?
      - IS ARABY A STORY OF FAILURE LOVE

      Delete