Hallo Andrea! Wow, you had to cut so many leaves for this orange tree, but the result is worth it. So, if you're lucky this coming summer and you're sitting in your (mini)conservatory, perhaps you can peel of and eat some of those juicy oranges ;)!Making plants is one thing, but cutting all those leaves for a larger plant, like this one........:S! This nook of your conservatory looks wonderful so far, Andrea, I'm so curious to see more of it ;)!!My best wishes for 2016!Liebe Grüsse, Ilona
Thank you, Ilona:)The best thing is, that I don't have to wait until summer. These oranges have season around the year. And I can also orange marmelade, because they're organic:)All the best for you tooAndrea
Liebe Andrea,Deine Mühe hat sich gelohnt - das Bäumchen ist prächtig geworden und ich bewundere Deine Geduld!Natürlich bin ich neugierig und warte gespannt auf die nächsten Ergebnisse bzw. Fotos des Wintergartens. Liebe Grüße Heinrike
Que maravilloso naranjo,con sus dulces frutos y su estupendo aroma de azahar,es precioso!!!!Feliz año nuevo!!Besos.
Grazias, Pilar:)Feliz año nuevo for you tooAndrea
very beautiful Andrea! That must have been some task, but the result is great!
Can you believe, that we always smell oranges, when we look at the tree? My husband and I seem to have a very imaginative olfactory system....:)Next time, when I'm strolling through the Berlin forest , I'll look for a nice branchlet, that I can use for another orange tree, because I made so many leaves and fruits, that I can make one for the November KDF.
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