Wow. What you have going sounds nice TNHunter. Stinks when you have to wait a year for production and still don't get it on some fruit trees due to frost. My grapes are only the size of a radish seed. Spring here has been all broke up with spurts of winter. We're just now getting the rasperries on and the blackberries just started blooming and then more frost tonight. Can't even plant beans yet! This global warming is getting old. Oh wait, it's called climate change now after realizing it isn't in fact warming. Burn more coal and warm it up some!
It's raining a little bit here right now. Give me a few minutes and I'll go outside a take one or two. I do have some others on the topic of ginseng that I took yesterday and I'll place them on now. This was a 4 year old patch in the National Forest that I planted for the folks in Cocke County. I estimated that there would have been about $100,000 worth of ginseng in about 6 years. This one was destroyed by loggers and another early this year was destroyed by a Prescribed burn. It covered several acres.