The Rio Red grapefruit tree is loaded with babies thanks to lots of busy bees. In the photo above, the current crop being harvested can be seen below the new flush of growth. I've had one grapefruit almost every morning since January. Wish I would have kept count. Needless to say, there is no chance of a scurvy outbreak in this garden with grapefruit, orange, manderin, and lemon producing beautifully. The only imperfections would be the cosmetic damage from miners. The next citrus tree I will bring to the garden is a Bearrs lime. One of my favorite drinks is chunks of a variety of citrus all squished in a glass with ice and club soda. So good.
Ajax doesn't care for citrus, but he's enjoying the cool beautiful weather. High 5 paws for this great weather. We need to duck inside. It looks like the skies are threatening to open.
Thanks for the rain and snow!