Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Orchard in mid August

Apples are getting ready to harvest

 Jujubi closeup
 Asian pears

 Figs look beautiful on the tree

Persimmons are getting ready for fall




Thanks for joining me for a walk in my orchard.

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  1. Wow that's a very productive orchard. Everything seems so healthy without any presence of pest and disease. But i look in awe for that variegated fig, very beautiful. I wonder if figs can grow here. You must be in a colder clime to grow those sub tropical fruits.

  2. Beautiful...you are so fortunate to live in a climate that produces so many different fruits.

  3. your orchard is A.W.E.S.O.M.E .. when I saw the first pic of apples, the oranges, anars posts flashed back in my mind and this post has pics of so many more fruit bearing trees.. lovely.

  4. I really enjoyed your cyber tour of your productive orchard. All I can say is WOWZA.
    Joyce M

  5. Wow, this looks great! I look forward to seeing you at My Dream Canvas. Take care Anu

  6. I have accidentaly landed here and am so glad that I have found you.

    What a glorious orchard: so very exotic. Here in the north we have apples, pears and plums.

    I also love your floating flower arrangement. I make these too and add candles.

    I am your newest admirer and follower.


  7. wow!! wow!! I simply dont have words to say on this post.. WOW!!!

  8. Oh you have a fabulous orchard! I love the persimmons. They are native here, but don't get one too early! LOL Wonderful gardens! Thanks for linking it up at Home Sweet Home!

  9. How lovely, just like my in-law's garden. :) Love all the fruit you've got there.