Young n Fruity

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Tuesday 15 April, 2014 by Uncle Spike

April now and it’s warming up slowly, but still cool enough at nights for some heating. In less than a month’s time we’ll start the long dry season of summer, but for now we have sun, and we have rain – a mixed bunch every couple of days… Certainly it’s good for the trees, excellent for the veggies, and the weeds, well, that’s another story.

All around, new life is upon us. This is a simple post of a few of my babies (that’s sad farmer talk for young fruit).

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APRICOT

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PLUM

PLUM

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BLACK MULBERRY

BLACK MULBERRY

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SOUR CHERRY

SOUR CHERRY

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STRAWBERRIES

STRAWBERRIES

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PEARS

PEARS

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13 thoughts on “Young n Fruity

  1. rododovris says:

    About pic.no 1-So sour/sweet memories….in my old house,we had three trees with those fruits,I don’t know the english version of them,and I always ate them green and sour with a childish happiness….thank you Uncle Spike for the memories…..

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  2. tinapumfrey says:

    We had snow again yesterday, and -9°C overnight. *Sigh* Your photos are beautiful. Spring will get here, too, I know it!

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  3. nom nom! our cherries don’t get a chance to become ripe and red — the birdies get them first. 🙂

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  4. Sherri says:

    Spring is springing! Lovely photos 🙂

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  5. Amy Pinkrose says:

    YUMMY!!! Great shot, Uncle Spike!! xx

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  6. fredrieka says:

    we had snow, cold wind…

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