Are those Blue Berries? The last picture? If Yes, how do you grow them.
Hi Lata, they are blueberries, and thanks for pointing out my ommission — I fixed the photo to say they are not in my backyard 🙂 I do have some wild ones growing here out back, but the birds get them before I have a chance. You can get blueberries to grow — I don’t know alot about it but I do know they like acid soil. My uncle used to grow in his garden.
Ooh!! Beautiful! I can see the fly!!!!!!!!!
Plants look gorgeous.Mine are druing a little bcos of the heat, but they are okay as long as I water them often. Blur berries looks great too.It’s probably hard to grow them in the backyard.
He’s really tiny, Asha! Surprised me in the shot 🙂 You must have to water all the time down south! It’ll be worth it when you get your harvest baskets out, I remember your pics last summer!! I have wild blueberries in the backyard, but the birds eat them before I ever see them ripen. These in the pic are from last summer in Michigan, they were growing wild in a huge sea on the side of the road 🙂
Linda, thanks to the little bee fellow for our fruits and Vegetables right?. Garden looking good, what dishes are the tomatoes going into?
I saw a Bumble Bee on the Brinjal and was overjoyed to see him there, usually the opposite is true.
Blueberries look lovely too, I have a small plant and saw a few berries but by the time I got to them they were gone (birds, squirrels got to them before I did I guess)
Thanks indeed, ISG! I’m so happy something is out there pollinating. I haven’t had any fruit yet, even tried hand-pollinating one squash. It’s still early yet, however — high hopes! Tomatoes, if nothing happens to them I’ll probably make some kind of chutney so can have it the rest of the year 🙂
Your brinjal blossom was lovely to look at, probably lots of bees you don’t see there too 🙂 Those blueberries are right on the side of the road in Michigan, just pull over and fill up a cup to munch. Love it up there! Looking for your vacation pics soon, maybe? 🙂
Hey Linda – I am on a on-again, off-again relationship with my blogging :). It is now on!
Your garden seems to be doing well…how did you eggplants turn out? Mine seem to be surviving ok. I harvested about 5 eggplants (Japanese) so far from 3 different plants and have about 4 more on the plants now!
Hey Sam, happy to see you’re back On 😉 My eggplants died back earlier on, and are just now coming back. I have lots of blossoms now, and a few fruits starting. I”m glad your garden is doing so well! I have to check your blog for pics 🙂