Signs of the Fruit to Come

 

 

There are flowers everywhere!  I can’t wait for them to turn to fruit!DSC_0364This is the blackberry bush that we planted three years ago.  It is finally getting big enough to produce a significant amount of blackberries.  Only now it is taking over!  There are about ten volunteer plants all around this one.

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And then the strawberries.  They also have more volunteer plants than I know what to do with.  Hopefully they will all transplant nicely to the second bed I have gotten almost ready for them.  It is really already too late to do this now, but I’ll do it anyway and have the patch for next year.  These here obviously need some space!

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