Volunteer Lettuce and High Altitude Fruit Trees

VolunteerLettuceAndHighAltitudeFruitTrees

In this video we are discussing leafy greens as volunteers from last year’s crop, as well as high altitude fruit trees.

Many people say that you cannot grow fruit trees at this altitude, but we have experienced that even with 4-7 feet of snow during the winter, and at an altitude of almost 8,800 feet, our fruit trees are growing great.

Lesson learned: Don’t take anything you hear for granted. Try it out yourself!

 

About Julie

A loan officer of 15 years, a gardener of 40 years, raised on a 1200 acre ranch raising 300 head of sheep. Creative and intuitive, she envisions beauty and makes it a reality whether with sewing, cooking, knitting on her knitting machine, in her home or in the garden. She is blessed to live with her best friend as her husband and she has always felt as one with God, nature and with animals and would turn to the mountains for strength and now lives her life, totally content in the Rockies at 8700 elevation.

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