Sunday, November 7, 2010

Autumn trees

My fruit trees are brimming with fruits this autumn. This is the best season for fruits in my garden. 
Pomegranates are hanging from the tree like Christmas ornaments, bringing a festive touch to the holiday season.

Autumn is not the same without persimmons.


End of season figs.

Green sapotes.

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  1. WOW! Your pomegranate and persimmon trees are so fruit laden...they do look like ornaments on a Christmas tree! Beautiful trees...

  2. Oh!! how lovely!! thats all set for Christmas!!

  3. Oh my goodness, I am in awe! You have such a green thumb!

  4. Dear Komali,
    your trees with all the wonderful colorful fruits look really like a Garden Eden. I love Pomgranates so much. They look exotic and sp special. One can see the Pomgranates on many oil paintings, a bit opened and The Dutch painters have painted them opened to show the seeds. What a splendor of fruits.
    Greetings, Johanna

  5. Wonderful photos, how nice to have all of that growing nearby. It is really amazing to see.
    Hugs, Cindy

  6. Very pretty...have you ever made pomegranate jelly? We used to...years ago when we had a tree.

  7. Those were gorgeous photo's. Happy Outdoor Wednesday.

  8. Hi Linda,
    I make pomegranate jelly every year. I use it for Thanksgiving party favors and part of Christmas gift baskets.

  9. That is so beautiful! I'd love to see more of your garden.