Apple Trees

The holes are dug

Well done everyone. Already we have received excellent feedback re the presentation and content. Top marks also as we hadn’t actually had a proper practice and a couple of students had to fill in this morning at the last minute.

Mr Ross, a science teacher at Taupo Nui-A-Tia College was in the audience and I believe he was extremely impressed.

Today we planted two new apples trees in our garden. The extra space gained from the hedge being removed has provided an excellent spot for them.The grafted Braeburn/Granny Smith tree was donated by the Funnell family (our neighbours over the new fence) and the Splendour tree was donated by the Fitzsimmons family.

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and we tidy up around the tree.

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in goes the tree with rain water from our tank

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