A blog about food, and a little about reading, and some sewing, and I might even knit something.
Yay! My fig tree survived it’s first winter at the Sidewalk Shoes garden. Will I have figs? I have no idea.
Please join me for Garden Tuesday.
Yay! They are pretty hardy trees. Can't wait to see what they produce!
Figs grow well here, and those trees can get huge! Here is hoping for fresh figs in the sidewalk shoes kitchen.
Glad yours survived!My great grandparents had the largest fig tree I've ever seen. That was one messy back yard when the fruit was ripe!
I'm glad I run up on your blog from a participant in your meme. I will try to link up next week. Hope you have lots of figs. Have a nice day.
Beautiful isn't it? Talk about the road to bountiful!
What a great shot!!! Glad it survived!!
How wonderful to have a fig tree Pam~ fingers crossed for you!
Fig is lookin' good.
We don't have actual leaves yet, but we are getting buds!
I'm eagerly crossing my fingers for figs. I'd love to see pictures of them growing on your tree.
Of course you will! Can't wait.
I love figs. My father has a prodigious fig tree that produces lots of figs each year. The problem is that the birds love them, too. I finally realized that the secret is to pick them just before they are fully ripe. I place them on the kitchen counter and they ripened quickly - like bananas. Best wishes for lots of figs in your future!
Love those leaves! I ate an over-ripe fig as a kid and just can't bring myself to try on again. I hope you have gobs of fruit!
My figgy tree is in a pot, and we get tiny, luscious, sweeter-than-honey figs. Yours will surely have a lot of them. Sorry, no picture as I am traveling this week.
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