Corey Vaughan wrote:AI'm in the Central District, and apparently fruit trees here can't be too close to the sidewalk/road due to fruit fall on the sidewalk... but maybe smaller trees would be OK? I've got a spot for an apple tree in mind
Ci Shepard wrote:Do you folks in Seattle have deer in your neighbourhoods? I want to start looking at my city lot front yard for food production as well, but need to address the "attractive 8' fence" situation first ...
Tegan Russo wrote:
According to the city you're not supposed to plant fruiting trees in the parking strip, but I've seen some gorgeous apple, plum, and peach trees around Capitol Hill and Madison Valley where I live. My next door neighbor just planted an apple tree. So I wouldn't worry about it unless you think your neighbors are going to complain for some reason. Unless you leave fruit on the sidewalk, I don't see why anyone would have a problem with it.
Emily Cressey wrote:P.S. Image help? I am trying to share pictures from my drop box account. I right-clicked my photos and said "get link" but apparently the images aren't posting here...
This is an example of the link:
Morning came much too soon and it brought along a friend named Margarita Hangover, and a tiny ad.
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