27.6.08

the vineyard

Never thought that the grapevine in our front yard will actually grow in this very dry area without even much tending or putting some fertilizer on it. Its vine just bear fruit naturally.Can't wait for its season to ripe and have it tasted. ;)

"Let us go out early to the vineyards and see whether the vines
have budded, whether the grape blossoms have opened, and whether
the
pomegranates are in bloom. There I will give you my love."
(Song of Solomon)

8 comments:

Shoshana said...

Is that grapes? That's amazing! I should try and plant one..but I wanted to plant mango. I don't know if they grow in north Texas.

ev said...

hi Shan!yep, it's grapes. don't know if mango will grow in your area, but i hope so. i am a mango addict!;0)

ann said...

Wow! Patikim ha. Kelan ba yan aanihin?

Carver said...

That's great to have grapes in your front yard.

krystyna said...

My mom has grapes in her garden too.
But she lives in Poland
and I cannot taste them.
Beautiful pic and post!
Ev, I always find here something
what I need.
Now I really need this verse from Song of Solomon for my tomorrow's post. Hope you don't mind?

God bless you!

Mari said...

You have grapes there, Ev? I have grape vine in my patio and right now it has a lot of fruit, but they are still small. Can't wait for them to get big and ripen.

the donG said...

i like that verse. the vine has so much wisdom in it that Jesus also used it in one of his parables.

Pia said...

grapes? in your front yard? cool!