besieged with insect borers. That spring, the tree was covered in fragrant blossoms and began to set fruit. But there was a threat of frost -- did you know Albuquerque is a mile-high city and it gets cold in the winter and early spring? My clever husband covered it with an old electric blanket, protecting the nascent crop. My, did we enjoy the juicy harvest that summer!
We've started a little orchard of fruit trees, and, just last week I planted a grape vine next to the arbor gate. My knowledge of gardening practices is growing too. I'm learning about crop rotation, companion planting, and permaculture.
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