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Lets get making our streets and estates into urban orchard for everyone to have free fresh food!

"Dont let the fear of what could happen make nothing happen."

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 "Dont let the fear of what could happen make nothing happen." Not sure who said this quote but its one of my favourite.  And this applies to many things in life, phantom planting on council land being one of them. I dont know how many people said to me at the start, your wasting your time, they will get mowed over and ripped out by the council. Funny I've hundreds now thriving on council land with the councils looking after them also for me. When I grew up in an estate and I would always have been talking about big ideas and this time next year I'll be a millionaire I would be saying.  Many of the people who criticised me and told me I was mad had no experience at all in trying new things or thinking outside the box.  People would have laughed at me when I had my mobile pound shop knocking on doors with a toilet roll and washing powder in my hand trying to tempt people to come out and look in the back of my mobile shop aka Great Deals on Wheels.  But it was always th

Fill your boots!

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 For years I've been thinking these were jostaberries that we have phantom planted at our orchard and have just found out yesterday they are whitecurrants! We have around 50 of these phantom planted all in between the apple trees. They are ripe and ready to eat now if ayone wants to go down and get some.  Love to see how many people have been going down for the raspberries also. All our berries phantom planted at the orchard came from Jampa Ling Tibetan Buddhist centre and were blessed by the Tibetan Lama there before I took them.  Buddhist blessed berry bushes in Belfsst - Fill your boots! Eat some Buddha magic today! Where would you get it!  There's a lot of special energy at our orchard. The stories behind many of the trees and the characters that have came to phantom plant there is pretty amazing!  The birds are having a field day this year eating loads of the apples, which I love to see btw, the trees I phantom plant is an offering to nature for all it provides for me. I&#

There's some amazing people out there.

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 Words and work from Peter Wachs, a true gentleman, proud to have you as a Paramili-tree Leaftenant.  ......It's not easy if a friend loses his daughter.  But as I planted the tree in the Stranmillis / Sharman Road orchard, I met a lovely Greek lady, Katherina. She also planted fruit trees in her garden and also ask for some advice. And another Lady living across the road from where I planted the tree, promised to water the new tree for a while. Community spirit 🍎🌳💚☘️....... Your an amazing man Peter. Thank you for phantom planting this memorial tree. So sad, you never know what people are going through in life.

One of the best feelings ever!

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 Got a video sent to me last night from my Big Glaswegian pal out maintaining some fruit trees. Many of you on here have probably heard me mention him before. I dont think he's ever watered a plant or a tree in his life apart from the the illegal type and now he's out phantom planting trees and hugging them. Both of us have been right in the thick of underworld dealings for a very long time. But like everything in that world, long runs a fox.  He ended up going to jail for a very long time and I had to leave the country, bombed out I was forced to live in exile,  trust me that life is not good! You choose to stay in that world surrounded by dark energies sooner or later you will become infected and corrupted. I always lived with the attitude if I get 100k I'm going legit and living a normal life, then its a million and your going legit, then it's 10 million and so on! That game of digits that's manufactured for us all to play is by design to keep us locked into a fr

The Irish Yew Tree...

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 For anyone that doesn't know the difference between an Irish Yew and a common yew, this pic shows it perfectly, the tall up right one closest is an Irish Yew and the wider type up next to my van is a common yew.  The original irish yew was discovered in Fermanagh and is planted in Florence Court. All other Irish yews around the world are a cutting from this tree. If you were to plant its seed it would revert back to a common yew, so by taking cutting it maintains this unique shape and character. I love how slow growing they are. This one in the pic could be 150 years atleast old and yet you wouldn't think it.  I have had a few quantum entangled experiences at this original irish yew in Florence Court.  I make a point to visit this a couple of times a year. Quantum entanglement is a word I learned from an old lady I met under the original Irish yew tree.  I don't think there's another tree that holds so many myths and stories than the yew tree. Experts say they live for

My oak tree collection!

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 Stamped up a load of tree tags last night for my oak tree collection. All the names here are from some of the oldest and most iconic oak trees in the UK.  Many of the acorns were collected by you guys on here last year and posted to me. I cant thank you all enough for going to the effort of checking all the oak trees I requested and if they had acorns they were collected and posted to me. I couldn't believe the response I got from this, I must have requested for about 20 oak trees from all over the UK to be checked and every one of them was seen too. I've tried to thank as many of you personally for helping me on this mission but I get a bit lost with my messages at times. But I hope you read this. Thank You!! I will be on the hunt for getting more acorns this year, many trees only produce acorns every few years or so. So I will be keeping on checking them every year in the hope I get some one day. Me and wee betty are heading off next month on a road trip to see a couple of t

Really appreciate your orders and support!

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Your mattress orders at www.buddhabeds.co.uk and other contributions support my mission on creating urban orchards in South Belfast and beyond for the community and nature to enjoy.  It takes alot of time and effort planting, watering snd maintaining all the thousands of fruit trees that me and my paramili-trees have phantom planted up until now. It also takes alot of time and effort sharing it on here and talking with many of you guys.  Hope you all can pay the The Phantom Planters HQ a visit one day and see some of our work. Lots of free fruit to be picking there in the coming months with many berries ready now for eating.  You gotta dig deep though in the long grass to find them. But please do feel free to help yourself. Thats what its all for! I also love to see many of the apples half eaten by birds and other insects. Its all part of the ecosystem, wild and natural... The other day I seen a Jay bird just sitting munching away on an apple tree that I phantom planted!  The phantom p