It’s not pretty but it protects the fruit from all the birds. When it comes to oranges, grapefruit, lemons, limequats, kumquats, pomegranate and persimmons I don’t share—with the birds. The woodpeckers, thrashers and wrens—just to name a few—- go after the fruit that we have worked so hard to nourish. We are really looking forward to home grown oranges and grapefruit. The Fuyu persimmon tree produced 30 small fruit. Not bad for the first year in the ground. They are sweet unlike some from the market. We relocated it closer to the vegetable garden so think good thoughts that it will adjust to the new location. The Oro blanco grapefruit has 40 large fruits that are protected by the mesh laundry bags. There are about 15 Cara Cara oranges hidden inside the “unmentionable” delicates washing bags. The bags last from year to year and will be protecting the upcoming Asian pears, loquats, peaches, apricots and plums.