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Post  April&Lucinda on Fri Jan 30, 2009 8:29 pm

My red Carmena Aviflora has been 2 weeks old for a good number of hours now, and is still not bearing fruit. Crying or Very sad
I could have sworn that one of my other plants bore fruit after 1 week + 5 or 6 days, and it was also a '2 weeker'. Though I may have been mistaken. Suspect Heh, heh!


Do you currently have a plant in your garden that is close to harvesting, which is driving you nuts?! Wink
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Post  Amanda & Tiger Lily on Fri Jan 30, 2009 9:00 pm

April&Lucinda wrote:My red Carmena Aviflora has been 2 weeks old for a good number of hours now, and is still not bearing fruit. Crying or Very sad
I could have sworn that one of my other plants bore fruit after 1 week + 5 or 6 days, and it was also a '2 weeker'. Though I may have been mistaken. Suspect Heh, heh!


Do you currently have a plant in your garden that is close to harvesting, which is driving you nuts?! Wink

I've been garden sitting garden #60 tonight as the Opis Magiflora is due to fruit.... and what do you, 3 hrs over it's time I've got to go to bed and still nothing, I hope it's worth the wait!!!
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Post  Naughty Gingerbread Ninja on Sat Jan 31, 2009 8:37 pm

I'm waiting for my bellis to fruit... was supposed to do so this afternoon but it's a few hours over. I can't wait... I want to get a Loveflower!!!
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Post  April&Lucinda on Sun Feb 01, 2009 1:26 am

Hooray! It happened! cheers
Now the next plant to harvest should be my birthday plant - how exciting! flower
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Post  Naughty Gingerbread Ninja on Sun Feb 01, 2009 8:26 pm

Yay! Happy birthday!!!
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Post  Hayley on Mon Feb 02, 2009 4:43 am



I can't wait for my loveflower to grow ! ♥️
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Post  FairyBoots on Mon Feb 02, 2009 4:59 am

Waiting for my solaris igniflorus to fruit, I have something planned for my valentine:-)

Has anyone planned anything special at any time, other than aiming for the next level?

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Post  Liz on Mon Feb 02, 2009 6:16 am

FairyBoots wrote:Waiting for my solaris igniflorus to fruit, I have something planned for my valentine:-)

Has anyone planned anything special at any time, other than aiming for the next level?

FairyBoots Very Happy

Yeah for sure! I have herbs at varying ages growing at the moment, but once a "pair" of plants fruits I want to harvest them and plant Loveflowers. So the idea will be to have them paired at the same age surrounding my bonsai - even if the pairs are different ages to each other. Seems to be quite a common technique around Fairyland and it looks great, but this will be the first time I've tried it. Wink
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Post  Naughty Gingerbread Ninja on Tue Feb 03, 2009 12:23 am

FairyBoots wrote:Waiting for my solaris igniflorus to fruit, I have something planned for my valentine:-)

Has anyone planned anything special at any time, other than aiming for the next level?

FairyBoots Very Happy

Once my Luna fruits I'm going to replace it with a love flower. My cumulus will also fruit at the same time, and I'm planning to replace that with a love flower as well... and then I'm going to rearrange my garden a bit so I will have 5 valentine flowers in the center:

Rosa Loveflower Loveflower Loveflower Rosa

It somehow worked out with all the pots too.

Black Bauble - pot i can't remember - White Bauble- PICR - Black Bauble

With random plants on the side of course... I want to plant more bellis as I know they're going to be used in some future level. I just love the Bellis, anyhow.
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Post  April&Lucinda on Tue Mar 03, 2009 1:11 am

Now I'm waiting for my first Bonsai to fruit. cheers

I diamond dusted it a few times (which I can no longer do, as it is now fully grown), but I can't remember exactly when it becamefully grown. So it's going to be a surprise when it fruits! Very Happy
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Post  Emily&Dreamer on Tue Mar 03, 2009 8:57 am

April&Lucinda wrote:Now I'm waiting for my first Bonsai to fruit. cheers

I diamond dusted it a few times (which I can no longer do, as it is now fully grown), but I can't remember exactly when it becamefully grown. So it's going to be a surprise when it fruits! Very Happy

maybe that's a good thing! You won't know if it's late! Very Happy

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Re: Anxious to Harvest

Post  kladybug on Sat Mar 07, 2009 12:37 pm

I'm waiting for Bellis Lycaena so I can feed the animals and I have more than a week left... I didn't have this wonderful resource when I started and I'm paying now. I have learned not to water every 15 minutes though! I'm really enjoying the things I can learn here!
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Re: Anxious to Harvest

Post  nicolle on Sat Mar 07, 2009 12:48 pm

I'm waiting for two fructuses to fruit. I think it should be some time today. As soon as they do, I'm harvesting my entire garden...all seven plants will be in fruit then, dumping one old bucket and buying a feeding table, and planting six bird flowers for my next level.

HURRY UP THE FRUCTUSES!

Impatient? Moi?? tongue
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Please send the power of thought to my fructuses...

Post  nicolle on Sat Mar 07, 2009 7:45 pm

...and make them fruit!! I won't put a feeding table in until I can harvest everything all at once. Two to go....aaaaaaaaargh
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Post  Mercon on Sat Mar 07, 2009 10:33 pm

I remember when I discovered Fairyland and planted my first garden. Everything seem to grow so fast back then and every flower and fruit was a lovely surprise! I was wondering why that was while waiting to move up to level 6 and realised that I only logged on once a day back then and never paid attention to the time I planted. Heh heh, now I am constantly clicking on the plants to see how much longer they've got, not a very productive use of my time but hard to resist!

I'm waiting for my Luna Serenas to flower and fruit so that I can go up another level (and maybe attract a squirrel or even a badger to my garden on the way). I guess I should have diamond-dusted them but thinking of planting another couple when my Rainbow Butterflies are harvested and so should hopefully have a very attractive garden for the little critters!

By the way nicolle, I am beaming fruiting thoughts alien to your fructuses, let's hope they arrive early! My Lycaenas have been flowering and fruiting ahead of ETA recently.
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Post  nicolle on Sun Mar 08, 2009 6:47 am

Thank you very much for the thoughts, Mercon. Think HARDER!!!! Twisted Evil I still have two flowers there this morning. Cannot believe it. The first two, which I planted two days ahead of these, fruited almost exactly as one week four days turned. That timescale passed for these two yesterday evening and they haven't changed yet. Hey ho. I know the time is variable, and I think fruiting is 10-12 days for these, from planting. I shall be into day 12 later today. I want my feeding table, and my Carmena Avifloras! I'm not getting many visitors to my garden now, whereas I was barely watering anything myself previously. I shall have to build up a whole new circle of visitors now, because I'll be known as the only fairy without a feeding table!! Oh grrrrrrr.
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Post  nicolle on Sun Mar 08, 2009 11:56 am

I've got a Simon Strawberry cheers cheers cheers

One down, one to go!
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Post  nicolle on Sun Mar 08, 2009 3:37 pm

At last, another Simon Strawberry. Perfect symmetry to the last!

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Post  Marmaduke on Sun Mar 08, 2009 3:54 pm

nicolle wrote:At last, another Simon Strawberry. Perfect symmetry to the last!...
ahhh^_^

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Re: Anxious to Harvest

Post  Mercon on Sun Mar 08, 2009 4:46 pm

[quote="nicolle"]At last, another Simon Strawberry. Perfect symmetry to the last!

cheers Yay for strawberries!!! How fabulous that your symmetry was retained! I wonder what the odds are of that happening? scratch
Actually, no I don't, math was never my strongest subject, I'm quite happy to just accept that your garden is just how you wanted it! Very Happy
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Post  Marmaduke on Sun Mar 08, 2009 4:48 pm

Mercon wrote:... I wonder what the odds are of that happening? scratch
Actually, no I don't, math was never my strongest subject, I'm quite happy to just accept that your garden is just how you wanted it! Very Happy
Arg! i'd say more than 1, probability isn't my friend:(

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Post  Mercon on Sun Mar 08, 2009 5:09 pm

nicolle wrote:

Going totally off topic here, but how do you save a full picture of your garden? I'm rather computer-illiterate and have only figured out how to save a picture of one flower at a time! Sad
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Post  nicolle on Sun Mar 08, 2009 5:33 pm

Well I am pretty dumb too, but I'd heard about screenshots, so I experimented a bit. On this computer, under 'accessories', I have something called a snipping tool. This enables you to make a frame around whatever you want to save, and kind of does the rest for you. You then have to save it...mine saved as a jpeg. Then I put it on Photobucket so that it got itself a url, then it was possible to post it here. I've told you more than you asked, sorry!

I was astonished that it worked Shocked
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Post  Mercon on Sun Mar 08, 2009 5:59 pm

Thanks nicolle, you didn't tell me too much at all, I could actually follow what you said I love you (I was a wee bit worried the reply would be in a different 'language')! Off to try now Very Happy
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Post  nicolle on Sun Mar 08, 2009 6:34 pm

Heh heh. We'd better get Marmaduke to do it in Stokoe Notation. It's the only language for me now Razz Razz Razz

Someone just left a message on my wall to say they'd been told to visit my garden because it looked good...all there is now is tiny new shoots!
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