Tuesday, May 29, 2018

April Flowers Bring May Fruit

Our citronella and white sage are both blooming for the first time.

Elderberry is blooming (with pomegranate and sweet potato in the background), and Barbados cherry is setting fruit.

Volunteer tomatoes are ripening.

The early crop of figs is starting to ripen, and it looks like even the new panache fig wants to join in.

Olives and apples are fruiting.

We may have our first homegrown prickly pear fruit this year, and the wolfberries are ridiculously prolific.

Grapevines on the clothesline and on the moringas are starting to bear fruit.

We're learning how to cook with moringa pods.  You can see why from the picture above.

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