Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Garden Tuesday: Future Grapes

Yes, folks, there's great hope in my little corner of the world that we'll have a bumper crop of grapes.

I just hope the birds don't eat them before they're ripe enough for us.
Happy Garden Tuesday, everyone!

16 comments:

Pam said...

Looking forward to seeing what you will make with your grapes!

Benny and Lily said...

Grapes wow, is there wine in tour future
Benny & Lily

KID, MD said...

Yum!! I've always wanted to grow grapes.

Corinnea said...

I love grape vines! Hope yours continue well!

Melynda said...

Grapes are fun to grow, and smell so good as the fruit ripens.

gMarie said...

Our grapes have never shown any promise of grapes, but I have blueberries, strawberries, rubarb and figs. :) g

rottrover said...

They are so beautiful as they mature :-)

Green Bean said...

What fun!! We put in three new grape vines this year but no fruit this year it looks like. Ahh, next year, I feel a big harvest coming!

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

My grape plant is only in its second year but I have 3 small bunches on it. I will have to wait some time for a bumper crop like you! Diane

Pam said...

My grandmother grew grapes. It was such fun to go out and pick them.

The Blonde Duck said...

Everything here is dying!

Mickle in NZ said...

Fingers super crossed that the birdies don't get a chance!

At my dear Dad's folks' place it was a battle with the wasps - not that we were there very often at grape harvest time.

We would be visiting around Xmas -December- well before the grapes would be ripe - but we saw how good the grapes would be once they became juicely ripe!!!

SissySees said...

Neato!! I love truly fresh grapes. I love it when our vineyard friend sends me a "stalk" of grapes. They usually have to be peeled, but they're worth the trouble!

Nichole said...

Love that you will have fresh grapes!!!

altadenahiker said...

Tomatoes, here. Lots. But not a single zuke or cuke -- not a single bee, either.

Sue said...

Will we see you stomping on those grapes later in the year?