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Snow in winter does not hurt the trees or fruit. Itís only once the trees start to bloom that there is a problem. We are looking forward to a plentiful picking season this year!
-Gary and Maxi



 

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Past Seasons

 


How Villa del Sol Sweet Cherry Farm began
 

April 2005 and the trees are in bloom.

 

 

Cherries mature turning first yellow then red.

 

 

 

Fruit is pollinated and cherries begin to grow.

 

 

2004- First bloom on second leaf trees.

 

Second leaf trees growing strong in their rows.

 

Trees are headed off to promote branching.

 

New tree trunks are shaded as they grow.

Villa del Sol's resident bees.

 

Care is taken that pollinators are properly located.

 

 Bare root trees are planted.

 

The orchard is laid out, trees arrive and holes are dug.

 




 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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