Sunday 05 July, 2015 by Uncle Spike
Early July, and we have the final pomegranate flowers…
Should be a fairly good crop again this autumn – can’t wait !!
| Tags: farming, flowers, garden, gardening, nature, photography, Pomegranate, POSTADAY, turkey
I LOVE this flowers! Love them!
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Yum, one of my favorites
I’m going out to buy some pomegranate juice.
Absolutely gorgeous flower…such a wonderful fruit..your farm is so inviting!
When I was a very sickly child with heart problems I was prescribed a pomegranate which was so rarely seen back then in UK. They are so good for the heart apparently. My dad used to pick the seeds out with a pin and feed me them. Thanks for the memory!
They are indeed a great source of medicinal benefit. My father-in-law had regular mouth ulcers for decades. He started having a small glass of pomegranate juice each day about 5 yrs ago – not one since
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