#1 what fun
Look at you!You're even #2!
Blooming is goodThere at your hoodEven if just a little patchYear after year could grow into a big batch
One year a raccoon family ate all the berriesthat was back before we had any kitties. ha.
'blooming good' we would say . . .:)
We would say 'blooming well'. Blooming good would be bad grammar. haha....one rap on the knuckles for you!
oh . . . . !!! . . . hahaOK teacher, oh you are strict . . . I'm writing 50 lines . . . . "I must say blooming well instead of blooming good" . . .hahaSo your strawberries aren't a 'patch' on last year's . . . lol
. . .and I see from your "Happening Now" you are very tired . . . hope you get those batteries charged and get plenty of rest . . . :) x
You totally lost me on that last line about the patch. You Brits talk so funny. Ha.No sleeping late for me...the boys woke me up before 6:00. Ugh. Lol....
We grow strawberries in a 'strawberry patch' . . . that's what we call it . . . . lolShame you did not get your beauty sleep . . . :)
Strawberry Fields...."Forever"Such pretty blooms, even better fruit :)*drool*~Jo
Last year they were very small but sweet and juicy!I hope they do well this year. I need to water if we don't get rain in the next few days!
I live near some really big strawberry fields, and every year there are so many strawberries that towards to end of the season the farmer lets everybody take what they want for free! He supplies a big jam making firm. Then after we have what we want he takes the nets off so the birds can finish of the very last ones.
I love that idea....it's a win/win for everyone!
Pretty flower..I'm sure you are waiting for that first strawberry!
There are some little green ones forming! :)
Oh man! You just keep getting better and better with that macro lens. Love it!!! We have a strawberry field down the road from us and have enjoyed fresh berries a couple of times, but I can't wait until the blueberries come in. My neighbor at the lake has planted blueberries on the property line and has invited us to share them. I'm so excited! But if they don't produce, there's always the blueberry farm across the road from us at home. Hope your strawberries do well!!! Tootles!
I love fresh blueberries...I eat them on my coconut yogurt almost every day for breakfast! Yum!I really should plant some....Not sure why I haven't done that!
Such a pretty little flower!
I do think they are very sweet looking. Many have begun turning to fruit in the last few days.
Do I see lots of Strawberry short cakes in your future?? Now I could have a strawberry pot on the balcony couldn't I? Such a pretty little blossom.
A strawberry pot is a great idea. Make sure you leave room for Don out there! Lol.....
HaHa...just had a mental picture of him in his rocking chair with strawberry vines all over him.....makes the picking easy.
Hi Betsy - I must get out into the pick your own fields - after the bank holiday weekend .. when the vulture public will be out!!! Love strawberries ... especially straight from the bush ... one day I shall have a garden ... lovely clematis too ... it's cold here .. but today less wind, so warmer! Cheers Hilary
Vulture public...lol....its a holiday weekend here, too and vulture public will be everywhere. Ha.
Soon you will be showing us your strawberry delights. Yummy!
Oh yum, I love strawberries. I'm watching our blackberries/dewberries- they are just about to start turning - can't wait. Have a wonderful and safe weekend!
Such a sweet flower... with such good tasting results!I have had that so-tired-I-feel-sick feeling before and it's not nice at all. Hope you get some rest over the long weekend. Take care of yourself.
I'm serving coffee! Stay and chat!And no awards, please! Your comments are my awards!