Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 2 - Gardening and Hobby 22

Sunday, November 21, 2021

Fig 01- Our backyard orange


You may read previous posting (part 1):

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


Satsuma size is not big enough, easy to hold two oranges by hand. The skin is oily and not thick, so easy to be peeled up.


I myself could consume up 10 oranges per-day.


Sure, we can find Satsuma or any kind of oranges in the market. Our favorite place is farmer market.


The oranges grow well in the southern parts (parishes) in our state, Louisiana.


Because of our state characterizes by hot temperature, it is might equal to orange origin.


The oranges are believed come from two countries:

- Japan

- China


Fig 02- Sign of farmer market


Some houses of our neighborhood have this kind of orange trees. It seems easy to maintain.


Fig 03- Oranges are sold in a Walmart grocery


Satsuma seasons in our areas from October to December every year. At this time, we can find oranges sold in the:

- farmer markets

- groceries

- supermarkets


Fig 04- Autumn at corner of nearby areas


In addition to fruit, we planted several types of trees:

- maple

- redbud tree

- oriental Magnolia

- Parsley Hawthorne

- arrowwood

- inkberry

- fetterbush

- mini palm tree


Trees made temperature cooling down during hot summer.


Fig 05- My backyard at midday.


Moreover, I am doing exercises and jogging at backyard every morning, except raining.


In hot summer, exercise little bit at dawn or late afternoon. Jogging in between of fresh air with fresh fruit at the garden.


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38 comments:

  1. I very like orange. Great post😊

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 2 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2021
      -
      Fig 01- Our backyard orange

      You may read previous posting (part 1):
      - GROWING SOME SWEET FRUITS AT OUR BACKYARD – PART 1 - GARDENING AND HOBBY 22

      Satsuma size is not big enough, easy to hold two oranges by hand. The skin is oily and not thick, so easy to be peeled up.

      I myself could consume up 10 oranges per-day.

      Sure, we can find Satsuma or any kind of oranges in the market. Our favorite place is farmer market.

      The oranges grow well in the southern parts (parishes) in our state, Louisiana.

      Because of our state characterizes by hot temperature, it is might equal to orange origin.

      The oranges are believed come from two countries:
      - Japan
      - China

      Delete
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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 2 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2021
      -
      Fig 02- Sign of farmer market

      Some houses of our neighborhood have this kind of orange trees. It seems easy to maintain.

      Delete
  3. Replies
    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 2 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 03- Oranges are sold in a Walmart grocery

      Satsuma seasons in our areas from October to December every year. At this time, we can find oranges sold in the:
      - farmer markets
      - groceries
      - supermarkets

      Delete
  4. Replies
    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 2 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 04- Autumn at corner of nearby areas

      In addition to fruit, we planted several types of trees:
      - maple
      - redbud tree
      - oriental Magnolia
      - Parsley Hawthorne
      - arrowwood
      - inkberry
      - fetterbush
      - mini palm tree

      Trees made temperature cooling down during hot summer

      Delete
  5. Replies
    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 2 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 05- My backyard at midday.

      Moreover, I am doing exercises and jogging at backyard every morning, except raining.

      In hot summer, exercise little bit at dawn or late afternoon. Jogging in between of fresh air with fresh fruit at the garden.

      # Previous postings:
      - WILL CONFEDERATE JASMINE CRAWL BACK AFTER WINTER?
      - IS THERE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VACCINE AND AUTISM?
      - CAN BEES DO COGNITIVE DEMANDING?
      - ARE MEXICAN HUSK TOMATOES THE SAME WITH TOMATOES?
      - WHAT IS FINAL SPEECH IN THE FILM OF “THE GREAT DICTATOR” ABOUT?
      - WHAT IS MISSING LINK BETWEEN HUMANS AND THEIR PREDECESSORS?
      - IS PROSTATE CANCER INHERITED GENETICALLY?
      - DO YOU KNOW THE COMPANY HIRES ANYONE WHO APPLIED?
      - WHY ARE RICH PEOPLE GOING TO SHOPLIFT?
      - DOES “HEART FAILURE” MEAN OUR HEART STOP PUMPING BLOOD?

      Delete
  6. it's a good idea to have your own fruits!!

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 2 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 01- Our backyard orange

      You may read previous posting (part 1):
      - GROWING SOME SWEET FRUITS AT OUR BACKYARD – PART 1 - GARDENING AND HOBBY 22

      Satsuma size is not big enough, easy to hold two oranges by hand. The skin is oily and not thick, so easy to be peeled up.

      I myself could consume up 10 oranges per-day.

      Sure, we can find Satsuma or any kind of oranges in the market. Our favorite place is farmer market.

      The oranges grow well in the southern parts (parishes) in our state, Louisiana.

      Because of our state characterizes by hot temperature, it is might equal to orange origin.

      The oranges are believed come from two countries:
      - Japan
      - China

      Delete
  7. Replies
    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 2 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 02- Sign of farmer market

      Some houses of our neighborhood have this kind of orange trees. It seems easy to maintain.

      Delete
  8. Yes Augsburg is a nice city and I love to go shopping and eat nice food there =)
    I love sushi too, it's always delicious <3

    Interesting post =)
    It's really nice to have some fruits in your own garden. In my childhood we have so many fruits in our garden - strawberries, raspberries, apples, currants and so on. It was so nice =) Now I have only a balcony without fruits :D
    Thanks, have a wonderful day too =)

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    1. love strawberries....

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 2 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 03- Oranges are sold in a Walmart grocery

      Satsuma seasons in our areas from October to December every year. At this time, we can find oranges sold in the:
      - farmer markets
      - groceries
      - supermarket

      Delete
  9. So great that you can grow so much! Good for you guys! The grapes and the elderberries are done here. We need to plant new raspberries. We occassionally have luck with strawberries. Oh, and those throny blackberries get out of control..yet are the best backyard flavored berries around! Well, in our neck of the woods.

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    1. glad to know that you plant many kind of fruits.... good luck.

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 2 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 04- Autumn at corner of nearby areas

      In addition to fruit, we planted several types of trees:
      - maple
      - redbud tree
      - oriental Magnolia
      - Parsley Hawthorne
      - arrowwood
      - inkberry
      - fetterbush
      - mini palm tree

      Trees made temperature cooling down during hot summer

      Delete
  10. So nice! You must have a great garden too!

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 2 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 05- My backyard at midday.

      Moreover, I am doing exercises and jogging at backyard every morning, except raining.

      In hot summer, exercise little bit at dawn or late afternoon. Jogging in between of fresh air with fresh fruit at the garden.

      # Previous postings:
      - WILL CONFEDERATE JASMINE CRAWL BACK AFTER WINTER?
      - IS THERE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VACCINE AND AUTISM?
      - CAN BEES DO COGNITIVE DEMANDING?
      - ARE MEXICAN HUSK TOMATOES THE SAME WITH TOMATOES?
      - WHAT IS FINAL SPEECH IN THE FILM OF “THE GREAT DICTATOR” ABOUT?
      - WHAT IS MISSING LINK BETWEEN HUMANS AND THEIR PREDECESSORS?
      - IS PROSTATE CANCER INHERITED GENETICALLY?
      - DO YOU KNOW THE COMPANY HIRES ANYONE WHO APPLIED?
      - WHY ARE RICH PEOPLE GOING TO SHOPLIFT?
      - DOES “HEART FAILURE” MEAN OUR HEART STOP PUMPING BLOOD?

      Delete
  11. Bonjour,
    Une publication vitaminée !!
    Il est tellement agréable de pouvoir déguster les fruits de sa production !
    Quel bel emplacement pour faire de l'exercice que celui de votre cour !

    Gros bisous

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 2 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 01- Our backyard orange

      You may read previous posting (part 1):
      - GROWING SOME SWEET FRUITS AT OUR BACKYARD – PART 1 - GARDENING AND HOBBY 22

      Satsuma size is not big enough, easy to hold two oranges by hand. The skin is oily and not thick, so easy to be peeled up.

      I myself could consume up 10 oranges per-day.

      Sure, we can find Satsuma or any kind of oranges in the market. Our favorite place is farmer market.

      The oranges grow well in the southern parts (parishes) in our state, Louisiana.

      Because of our state characterizes by hot temperature, it is might equal to orange origin.

      The oranges are believed come from two countries:
      - Japan
      - China

      Delete
  12. Fantastic! I love juice from fresh oranges :)

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 2 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 02- Sign of farmer market

      Some houses of our neighborhood have this kind of orange trees. It seems easy to maintain.

      Delete
  13. Oranges are good.
    You have a nice garden - backyard.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 2 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 03- Oranges are sold in a Walmart grocery

      Satsuma seasons in our areas from October to December every year. At this time, we can find oranges sold in the:
      - farmer markets
      - groceries
      - supermarket

      Delete
  14. I see you also like trees, your backyard is beautiful! But oranges are from Portugal you know that story i told about orange trees ahahahah!! I have 4 in my garden!
    xoxo

    marisasclosetblog.com

    ReplyDelete
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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 2 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 04- Autumn at corner of nearby areas

      In addition to fruit, we planted several types of trees:
      - maple
      - redbud tree
      - oriental Magnolia
      - Parsley Hawthorne
      - arrowwood
      - inkberry
      - fetterbush
      - mini palm tree

      Trees made temperature cooling down during hot summer

      Delete
  15. i love oranges! I have tried to have my own orange tree but this idea failed &&

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 2 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 05- My backyard at midday.

      Moreover, I am doing exercises and jogging at backyard every morning, except raining.

      In hot summer, exercise little bit at dawn or late afternoon. Jogging in between of fresh air with fresh fruit at the garden.

      # Previous postings:
      - WILL CONFEDERATE JASMINE CRAWL BACK AFTER WINTER?
      - IS THERE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VACCINE AND AUTISM?
      - CAN BEES DO COGNITIVE DEMANDING?
      - ARE MEXICAN HUSK TOMATOES THE SAME WITH TOMATOES?
      - WHAT IS FINAL SPEECH IN THE FILM OF “THE GREAT DICTATOR” ABOUT?
      - WHAT IS MISSING LINK BETWEEN HUMANS AND THEIR PREDECESSORS?
      - IS PROSTATE CANCER INHERITED GENETICALLY?
      - DO YOU KNOW THE COMPANY HIRES ANYONE WHO APPLIED?
      - WHY ARE RICH PEOPLE GOING TO SHOPLIFT?
      - DOES “HEART FAILURE” MEAN OUR HEART STOP PUMPING BLOOD?

      Delete
  16. Greast post! thanks for sharing!!!

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 2 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 01- Our backyard orange

      You may read previous posting (part 1):
      - GROWING SOME SWEET FRUITS AT OUR BACKYARD – PART 1 - GARDENING AND HOBBY 22

      Satsuma size is not big enough, easy to hold two oranges by hand. The skin is oily and not thick, so easy to be peeled up.

      I myself could consume up 10 oranges per-day.

      Sure, we can find Satsuma or any kind of oranges in the market. Our favorite place is farmer market.

      The oranges grow well in the southern parts (parishes) in our state, Louisiana.

      Because of our state characterizes by hot temperature, it is might equal to orange origin.

      The oranges are believed come from two countries:
      - Japan
      - China

      Delete
  17. Lovely oranges, maybe I should try another one, and a one, another one....................

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 2 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 02- Sign of farmer market

      Some houses of our neighborhood have this kind of orange trees. It seems easy to maintain.

      Delete
  18. We would love to have an orange tree in our back yard! Our neighbor has fig trees but isn't having much luck with them. At our old house we had grape vines, an apple tree and a big garden which I miss. Keep up the exercise! Happy Thanksgiving!

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    1. glad to know you have planted several fruit trees...


      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 2 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 03- Oranges are sold in a Walmart grocery

      Satsuma seasons in our areas from October to December every year. At this time, we can find oranges sold in the:
      - farmer markets
      - groceries
      - supermarket

      Delete
  19. Oranges are delicious! Your backyard looks perfect for exercising. It is soothing to be surrounded by nature.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Growing Some Sweet Fruits at Our Backyard – Part 2 - Gardening and Hobby 22
      -
      Fig 04- Autumn at corner of nearby areas

      In addition to fruit, we planted several types of trees:
      - maple
      - redbud tree
      - oriental Magnolia
      - Parsley Hawthorne
      - arrowwood
      - inkberry
      - fetterbush
      - mini palm tree

      Trees made temperature cooling down during hot summer

      Delete