RTBG fruit trees in early July

Volunteers are not yet allowed back into work in the Food Garden of the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens (RTBG) but occasionally some of us visit, because paid staff and visitors are allowed. R and A recently had a look at the winter bareness of the fruit trees.



I hunted through my photos for photos taken from a similar standpoint around the time we had to stop volunteering early in March.  Back then the vegetation was thick and lush. The first photo looks at a chestnut tree to the left of the arch in the wall in the photo above. The trees in the upper left distance include those in both photos above.



When memory fades, photographs provide great reminders of seasonal changes.

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