Fruity Friday

Last summer the apples did extremely well.

So did the pear.

And the fig seems to be thrilled with it's new location.

The blueberries are the rockstars of our garden.

The squash did well, the raised beds with Dad's irrigation system work well.

The Muscadines did well, it's a pity no one likes them and that the Dad doesn't have the time to turn them into wine. Oh well the birds enjoy them.

The new strawberry variety is not doing well at all.The strawberries themselves taste better they are larger and sweeter, but the plants don't thrive the way the ones we used to have (before the bad grass got in them) did.

 Dad tried growing the tomatoes and peppers in buckets last year. We actually still have some alive in the green house. Mom wishes he would plant them in the ground they need way to much water to be stuck in a bucket. She says they are the most labor intensive plant we have. ~ATCAD


Millie and Walter said...

You sure have lots of edible stuff growing in your garden. We have a few fruit bearing shrubs but we leave all the fruit for the birds.

pilch92 said...

Your folks sure have green thumbs. :)

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Wow and how wonderful - You have a lot to look forward to in the coming growing season!

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song said...

We wish you a bountiful harvest this year.

Meezer's Mews & Terrieristical Woofs said...

You do have a bountiful,garden!

I like those raised beds!
We here have to put our tomatoes in containers, the soil around here is very toxic to them with all the walnut trees we have around here.

Eastside Cats said...

I'm thinking of growing some things in pots this year, especially plants that tend to overrun.

jank1961 said...

This really makes me look forward to gardening this year! Your blueberry bushes are amazing!