A few days ago I mentioned that I'd had to move some trees out of the studio, remember? Well, those two trees have multiplied. It seems that my darling hubs decided to plant said trees but decided that two little citrus trees were, well, not enough. By the time I returned home from school the two had become ten.
Apparently I am at fault for this, having suggested that the two trees be planted on the driveway side of the house, because it's also the southeast side and the house would protect the trees (somewhat) from the north wind. When hubs went to plant the two there, he imagined that they looked lonely....two little trees all by themselves with nothing to keep them company.
Never you mind that they are way out-sized and out-numbered by the Indian Hawthorne that borders the house and completely covers the entire bottom half of the house. No, those hawthorne are nothing in the way of citrus tree accompaniers.
So now there are ten trees also bordering the house. TEN. Yes, 10. Ten citrus trees already planted and watered and in it for the duration, I guess. Of course, the good news is that three of these little babies have citrus on them
The little kumquats are in various stages of ripeness and when yellow, delicious! The original two are full of wonderful smelling blooms, so I'm hoping that we'll have oranges at some point. Another two are lemon trees. It's really great to think of the fruit we'll eventually have, but in the meantime, we're enjoying the sweet smells and pretty foliage.