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They look tasty and rich, congratulations for your first grapes ;)
Enjoy! They look wonderful!BlessingsMrs. White
Wow! Those are beautiful! I can't grow grapes anywhere near that gorgeous where I live in the north US. You're very lucky :)
Mmmm. I'm sure they taste as beautiful as they look! In another couple weeks our grapes will be reading for picking..and eating. :o) jAnetickleberry farm
These are so tasty looking!....just gorgeous fruit, Anna. God is so good. :o)Brenda
Lovely! we nearly bought vines this year, but didn't. It's a wee bit cold in our part of the world to grow them.
We planted two grape vines this year and they've grown like crazy and have absolutely huge leaves (big enough to cover my whole face with one if I wanted to) but they bear no fruit yet; I think they're still too young. I wonder how long it will be until they mature enough!
They look wonderful - we are enjoying fresh from the "vine" blackberries on our side of the world.
Yay!! How exciting to be able to eat your own fruit. I bet they taste even sweeter knowing that you grew them yourself.Lisa
They look soooo yummy!
Beautiful! Are you able to dry them and make raisins if you have too many?
Those look delicious! And even more so because you know they were made with love. Nothing sweeter~
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