Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Grape harvest

Walking back to the far corner of the yard, you notice the grape leaves growing off the arbor and trailing down.   It's a great place to relax and unwind.
You are unaware of the bounty concealed underneath the leaves.
Tender, sweet, juicy, seedless grapes.  Even the birds have not yet discovered these treats.
This might be the best year for us, as far as grape harvesting.  Usually the birds, get nearly two thirds of the fruit. I planted a 1 gallon sized Monrovia green seedless grape plant about nine years ago.  It's been producing,  noticeably, for the last six years .

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