Concord grapes, McIntosh apples, and Schwartzenberries. 🙂
Looks lush and healthy! Do you make jam with the grapes? You’ve never mentioned wine, so I’m guessing that!
I haven’t but I sure enjoy just eating them fresh. 🙂
Schwartzenberries? Hmmm. Never heard of those.
Small blue berries that came from Kansas with us. My in-laws grew them and made delicious desserts. It’s a wonderful reminder of two great people.
Oh I think you should try making wine!
What the heck is a schwartzenberry? And if not wine … jelly.
It is a small blue berry with seeds. My husband’s family in Kansas has German ancestry and they always grew them to make pies and kuchen (breakfast bread). We brought some seeds with us, and it is kind of a food link to his wonderful parents.
Nice! How I love the smell of ripe grapes sitting in the sun! Brings back childhood memories….
I’ll take those grapes…yum! 🙂
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