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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Mulberries Cherries Squash Grape Strawberry Snow Peas


12 comments:

Nezzy said...

Aren't the strawberries grand this year? Your pictures make all the goodies proud!

Hope your feelin' more like yourself girl.
God bless! :o)

Iowa Gardening Woman said...

Great shots, what is the 4th one down? I remember eating mullberrys when I was kid. We still have a few trees around here, the deer love them.

Ann said...

WOW!! You have Strawberries already? How great is that?
And Yummy.. the cherries look tasty. What kind are they? When I lived on the farm, we had a cherry tree that looked like those cherries. They made the best cherry pies. I use to pick them, clean them and can them, I was up until 3 and 4 o'clock in the morning, so I could get them all canned before they spoiled. Oh! those were the days, I was young then, and could stand the all nighters.

ellen abbott said...

Do you get squash vine borer worms? What do you do about it. I've just had to perform surgery on my zucchini plants, slitting the stems where their 'poop' shows up and digging the little bastards out. Then I buried the damaged parts and also piled up dirt all over the branches of the plant covering up most of the new little squashes which were yellowing and falling off anyway. Hopefully they will recover (hadn't gone into wilt yet), put out some new roots and put on new squashes.

Magaly Guerrero said...

I'm ripe with jealousy at the moment, just so you know. Everything looks so lovely!

Linda in New Mexico said...

Gail: I wanted to come by say Hi and Welcome to my blog and thanks for entering my necklace (your necklace says you) and mermaid giveaway. I also left some questions (you know the award thingie) for you if you so choose. If ya wanna answer in my comments that's cool, if ya don't wanna play, that's okey dokey too. Mostly wanted to say thanks for joining the insanity. The Olde Bagg

An English Shepherd said...

Yummy ;-)

Wizz

Judy said...

So much going on there...we're still in the early spring phase...lots of cool nights and gardens are barely growing...

Nola @ the Alamo said...

I've never seen cherries growing! I love cherries but they don't grow down here. Guess it's okay, at least we have peaches!

Far Side of Fifty said...

I have never tasted Mulberries..those cherries looks wonderful! You must have a green thumb!! Everything looks great:)

Rae said...

You really have some nice looking plants. I would love to have a cherry tree. Looks like you have netting around yours to protect them. It is a constant battle with the birds trying to steal the fruit.

Rebecca of Sunny Morning Farm said...

Those cherries look so good!! My hubs would love to have them here!

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