A blog about food, and a little about reading, and some sewing, and I might even knit something.
Any day now.
Patience. I must have patience.
ooh u have ur own blueberries. how convenient. It costs a bomb here!
Good Morning, Pam,They are going to be worth the wait.On Saturday, Smudge looked like he has no problem passing the time! Have a terrific Tuesday ~Natalie
Won't it be great when they are ready though? Do you have plans for them yet?
Ooooo, I'm sure they are fabulous right off the bush!
Oh how hard it is to wait until those Blueberries get ripe.... My mouth is watering just looking at them.... Do what I am not good at---be PATIENT... haHugs,Betsy
I can't wait for local berries to show up in our farmers market. It won't be long now.
Wow, it won't be long Pam! Great photo's as always!
Oh Pam...they look so lovely. I wish we could grow them here...our weather is just too cold. We can grow a berry called Saskatoon. They are much like a blueberry...less flavorful, but still good in a pie.Have a wonderful day.Hugs, Nancy
Huge blueberry farms in my neck of the woods...
I want blueberries. The 3 bushes we planted never grew. Sad.
I love blueberries. How wonderful to have some growing!
A similar scene in my mom's garden a few zones north of you. Very pretty images; the bokeh is beautiful.
So jealous of your blueberry bushes!!!
Oooh! I bet you can't wait! I have 3 bushes in the backyard, but this year I forgot to put the bird-net on. I got my fill though, so I can't complain too much!
How come your blueberries are further along than mine?
Patience has never been a virtue of mine.
My bush doesn't have any berries this year! I did a stupid thing and only planted one bush.
I LOVE that you're growing your own blueberries!!
My miniature dachshunds would always manage to eat mine before I could get to them. Sigh.
Looks like you're anxiously awaiting the crop just as we are.
So lovely, and I bet they will end up in some gorgeous dish one day soon.LL
Oh yes I am waiting for the blueberries here too. In fact, everything is about three weeks early here so I should go and check the pick your own farms pretty soon. In the meantime, I will have to go and get some more strawberries before they are all gone.
I miss my blueberries, they didn't make the move with us and I haven't found the right place to plant here.Mimi
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