Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Sharing Backyard Harvest to Neighbors - Pet and Hobby 11

 

Fig 01- Harvest from backyard and home industry products

Some of our neighborhood grow vegetable and fruit, and raising few chickens in their backyard.

Many neighbors have their harvest in surplus, and want to share their fall harvest on next doors.

They set up the stands, and stocked it fruit and vegetable such as:

- guavas

- lemons

- persimmons

- peppers

- plums

- catnip

- carrots

- cherry tomatoes

- turnips

- chili peppers

- green tomatoes.


Fig 02- Cherry tomatoes in the plastic cups

Few neighbors even start their free produce stand open since summer season (about July), almost every year. Give away their fresh produces.


Fig 03- Fruits and vegetables in the baskets

We grow chili pepper, tomatoes and satsuma oranges in our backyard. We have surplus of satsuma orange every year, and give away to our neighbors as well.

When we are walking in the morning on weekend, we stop by our neighbor stands. We pick up some vegetables and fruit for free.

Do you have a kind of “garden fare” or give away produces in your neighborhood?

26 comments:

  1. Backyard vegetable/fruit gardens are wonderful and it’s understandable when some produce is given away for free. My short experience with a backyard garden proved that everything grew at once and needed either to be eaten or processed rather quickly!

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  2. ...extras from my garden go the local food shelf.

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      Fig 01- Harvest from backyard and home industry products

      Some of our neighborhood grow vegetable and fruit, and raising few chickens in their backyard.

      Many neighbors have their harvest in surplus, and want to share their fall harvest on next doors.

      They set up the stands, and stocked it fruit and vegetable such as:
      - guavas
      - lemons
      - persimmons
      - peppers
      - plums
      - catnip
      - carrots
      - cherry tomatoes
      - turnips
      - chili peppers
      - green tomatoes.

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  3. Oh, what generous neighbors you have!

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  4. Awesome! Wish we had neighbors with chickens.

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      Fig 02- Cherry tomatoes in the plastic cups

      Few neighbors even start their free produce stand open since summer season (about July), almost every year. Give away their fresh produces.

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  6. Oh, what neighbors you have Tanza. This year I have had a lot of apples, I should do as your neighbors did. Good idea!

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  7. Great idea. We have neighbours we always share with too.

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      Fig 03- Fruits and vegetables in the baskets

      We grow chili pepper, tomatoes and satsuma oranges in our backyard. We have surplus of satsuma orange every year, and give away to our neighbors as well.

      When we are walking in the morning on weekend, we stop by our neighbor stands. We pick up some vegetables and fruit for free.

      Do you have a kind of “garden fare” or give away produces in your neighborhood?

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  8. Sweet post! Awesome to share with neighbors!

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  9. Nice feeling to look at and think about produce... 🥕 🍏 🍇 Good health to all of us! 🍐 🍊 🍉

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  10. Its always nice to have good neighbours that will share with others.

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      Sharing Backyard Harvest to Neighbors - Pet and Hobby 11
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      Fig 01- Harvest from backyard and home industry products

      Some of our neighborhood grow vegetable and fruit, and raising few chickens in their backyard.

      Many neighbors have their harvest in surplus, and want to share their fall harvest on next doors.

      They set up the stands, and stocked it fruit and vegetable such as:
      - guavas
      - lemons
      - persimmons
      - peppers
      - plums
      - catnip
      - carrots
      - cherry tomatoes
      - turnips
      - chili peppers
      - green tomatoes.

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  12. Tanza, We certainly can't grow oranges where we live... As for fresh produce, folks set up stands along the roadsides during the harvest season plus there are a number of local 'farmer's markets and we have 3 great higher order Mennonite farmers markets within 30 minutes of so. Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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      Sharing Backyard Harvest to Neighbors - Pet and Hobby 11
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      Fig 02- Cherry tomatoes in the plastic cups

      Few neighbors even start their free produce stand open since summer season (about July), almost every year. Give away their fresh produces.

      Delete
  14. You have wonderful neighbours. I too share surplus harvest with my neighbours and friends.

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      Sharing Backyard Harvest to Neighbors - Pet and Hobby 11
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      Fig 03- Fruits and vegetables in the baskets

      We grow chili pepper, tomatoes and satsuma oranges in our backyard. We have surplus of satsuma orange every year, and give away to our neighbors as well.

      When we are walking in the morning on weekend, we stop by our neighbor stands. We pick up some vegetables and fruit for free.

      Do you have a kind of “garden fare” or give away produces in your neighborhood?

      Delete
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