Friday, November 16, 2012

Between the Raindrops

Miracles.  A scant amount of rain has fallen in the southern San Joaquin Valley.  When the sun came out in force this afternoon, I grabbed the camera to use on my garden stroll.  Here's a few things I spied.
Chrysanthemums from my pals at work.

Iceberg Rose
Gold Currant tomatoes EVERYWHERE!
Red Flame grapes/raisins.
Rio Red grapefruit loaded on the tiny tree.
Robertson Navel orange
Variegated Pink lemon
There is also items too low for me to capture: lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, mustard, herbs.

Hope the clouds stack up against the Sierras and let loose this weekend.


dorothy said...

Just a trace of rain here in my part of the valley but it's in the forecast for the next few days. Nice looking fruit!
Have a happy Thanksgiving!

Donna said...

I wish I could grow fruit like you. Lovely photos. I like the simple beauty of the marigolds.

Gardens at Waters East said...

Great photos on your Blog. Today was the first time I found it. here on the shores of Lake Michigan in USA many of my photos use the lake as a backdrop. It really is the life of this place. Will be back. Jack

Unknown said...

This shrub will add a special touch to your lawn. Also attract a wonderful variety of wildlife for the nature lover and This shrub is also known as the American Beautyberry, and is a shrub native to South America, and is often grown as an ornamental shrub in gardens and patios. American Calliicarpa produces large clusters of purple berries that birds and deer eat. The plant raw grains Beauty Bush are sweet, and are fine for humans to consume in small quantities, often used in jellies. This shrub is a fast-growing shrub that can reach heights of up to 6 feet high and 6 feet wide.

Beauty Bush


Tony - Huh?