mexican “sage” one of several plants intruding on public sidewalk. Prune, maybe re-locate.
peach – branches extend over fence; and lure passers-by into picking fruit and often breaking branches. Recommend prune back fr. fence; remove compost pile next to trunk; think about replacing tree as it’s getting old.
background: almond (pink flowers) -not bearing, bark split; foreground – fig. There’s a smutty orange tree in there someplace; oranges don’t ripen.
North side 117 bimini
Agave in trash can area overflowing into path.
Myrtle encroaching on apricots, nectarines.
Watering challenge in this area due to run-off.
We were getting tired, so just noted that many plantings in need of systematic watering here; plantings in pomegranate area heavily infested with aphids; myrtle needs taming; plum needs re-evaluating – hope it perks up when greywater re-connected; 2 nectarines and apricot aren’t producing; may be able to graft onto apricot as it is very hardy stock. Peach seems to be OK.
The “nightshade tree” is rubbing against the roof tiles.
Many, many thanks to George for generously sharing his time, gardening and landscaping knowledge and familiarity with LAEV gardens.