Master Gardener learning what I can do to help mitigate the biodiversity crisis.
Turns out its quite a bit.
Lovely pictures - especially the last one which seems to tell a complete story.
Those snow crystals leave no doubt as to the season! Thanks for stopping by and commenting.
Lovely shots of the grapes.
Thanks Gunilla, they were quite tasty too.
Wonderful shots! The last one is also my favorite!
Thanks for stopping by and commenting Mary.
You are an outstanding student gardener!
Thanks for stopping by and commenting Lola.
Love the top macro shot, they almost look like green balloonsmollyxxx
It feels brighter, I wonder if it is in part because the green grapes are somewhat translucent or if it was just the lighting...
Those grapes look perfect! Found you via WW @ My Little Drummer Boys.
Glad to have you stop in, thanks for visiting.
They look so tasty, and frosty in that last one :)
Tasty indeed. I sometimes put grapes n the freezer,so I should taste one of these still frozen on the vine!
Okay, I am totally ignorant about things of the garden. Is this series of photos saying that it takes several months for the concord grape to mature? It doesn't really matter to me, but I just have to know the answer. lol Putting my lack of knowledge aside on grape growing, I just love the 3rd photo. The rich purple shades nestled in the snow is really gorgeous! I won't even complain to you about how cold it is here in the Tennessee valley now that I know you live in Canada. lol It's nice to meet you through the WW hop!
Cathy, the grapes were mature in the second photo and quite tasty (though they have seeds). I have not tried them frozen yet, but the birds still like them so perhaps I will as well. Thanks for stopping in and commenting.