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Old Aug 4, 2010, 11:55 AM   #1
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This picture I had taken last year in my garden. The trees were loaded with dates......
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Old Aug 4, 2010, 3:13 PM   #2
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I have never seen anything like this. Makes picking easy I bet as they're all clumped together.
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Wow! Did you pick htem and what did you do with them?

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Amazing!
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Kept some at home to eat them and gave quite a few to friends out here....heheheh..... one can keep dates for around a year ..
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You eat your dates? Atleast you dont have to pay for dinner

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what a crop! i didn't realize they were that color... the only ones i've seen are dark brown...
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They are not ripe as yet.... once they ripe they get a little brown. This too depends on the type of dates.... some are light brown and some are very dark brown....Just have 5 dates and it is a meal.... love it
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