Looks like a squirrel is impatient, too. And the bugs. It was just starting to smell like a peach, with a faint fragrance more like a blossom than a fruit. Although I cut off the damage and bit it myself, it’s not at all sweet, with no hint of peach flavor. Not even a squirel […]Read More Still impatient
Is it ripe yet? Is it ripe yet? Is it ripe yet?Read More Impatience
I seem to be doing pretty good at growing fruit. The yard is full of promise in many different shades of ripe.Read More Shades of ripe
Fruit? Not yet. It’s exciting to see so many. They barely flowered last year.Read More Fruit!
I was elated to find this teeny white fuzzy buds on the peach. It’s not even as tall as I am, and it set fruit! I never saw which bees did the pollination, but thank you, little bees. And it’s really too early to get excited about a tomato flower, but there’s a tomato flower! […]Read More preFruits?
Yesterday my tulip patch were all green buds, with only a hint of color. Today, thanks to our spring heat wave, they just exploded. These are my favorites, bright yellow with red flames, a small part of a mix of Darwin hybrids, which have been coming back, better and better every year.Read More Flower power–wow!
Just enjoying the springlike activity in the garden, not just the snowdrops multiplying and spreading, but the trees and bushes budding out.Read More Garden buddies
Here’s the first batch of daffodils cut. They’re now on my desk, exuding so much soapy scent, I’m sneezing. And my fruit trees arrived!Read More First fruits