Sunday, July 25, 2010

Photo of the Week 7/25/10

Grapes in our Garden
  Tuesday, July 20th

Please check out today's post at The Days of Wine & Roses; it's the next poem in the A Few More Fold-Out Postcard Sonnets series.


  1. Beautiful grapes! Are you making vino or jelly from them?

  2. Hi Lizzy: Thanks! We actually just eat them straight up (sometimes frozen) They're delicious!

  3. Those look so refreshing; how wonderful that you have grapes in your garden.

  4. They Do Grow Some Grapes in parts of Southern England but were much to far North here in Yorkshire.I'm Jealous !

  5. Hi LD, HKatz & Tony

    LD: Thanks!

    HKatz: Yes, we love the grapes a lot!

    Tony: These are a hardy variety of Concord grape--I believe the variety is called "Reliant." Our own winters are very unpredictable & variable, & can be quite harsh. But we've had them for several years & they seem to like it here.

  6. We used to grow Concords on an arbor in our backyard in MD when I was a kid. We ate them straight, too. Mmmmmm! Thanks for the memories!

  7. They look grand grapes. the last time I saw grapes as delicious looking as these was in the gardens of Brodsworth Hall which, Tony Zimnoch please take note, is in Yorkshire.

  8. Hi Roy & Alan

    Roy: Yes! They sure are tasty.

    Alan: Interesting! Thanks.


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