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“Bountiful” is a great word for it! Love those morning glories! What kind of berries are those? Don’t eat them!
I always wanted a morning glory by my door, just like my grandmother had, but I don’t have enough sun for one.
Mom- They’re choke cherries, from a tree in the woods behind our house. They’re not good for eating, but I’ve heard they make good wine. Of course, I don’t drink so I’m not going to waste the time to make wine.
Joyce- These are actually on the back side of the garage. That’s where we have morning sun.
Abbie, I love the photos you’ve shared today. The sunflowers are fantastic! I have two tiny self-sown sunflowers this year, and they’re so short! *grin* Yours are tall and so pretty.
Thank you for strolling again. By the way, the previous post (peaches and blueberries, etc.) is making my mouth water.
It is that season, isn’t it when everything comes to fruition.~~Dee
Aisling- the sunflowers are so pretty. I was thinking I should plant some more next year.
Dee- yes, it’s so pretty here. I can’t believe I picked a pumpkin yesterday!
Nice photos from your Sunday stroll.
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everything is lovely and I was wondering if those were morningglories and by everyone’s comments, I guess they are…
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