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Pictures of the fruit on the pear, peach and plum developing 25 days after flowering.
I’ll try to make frequent updates with pictures starting when it sprouts.
We have a lot of poison ivy around the edges of our lawn so we took out the poison ivy killer. After showing my son what poison ivy looked like I had him point out where the poison ivy was growing. I think it is good that he gets experience in identifying dangerous plants. He had fun with the hunt and was proud he found 10 or so plants to defeat.