Grapes are coming along, hopefully I can keep the deer away for a while

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Posted by RobPatton | Posted in Blooming/Producing, News and Reports | Posted on 16-04-2013

Grapes!

Grapes!

Late Crop of peppers and grapes came in this week.

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Posted by RobPatton | Posted in Blooming/Producing | Posted on 25-10-2011

Late Crop of peppers and grapes came in this week, Alex was willing to eat them right off the plant, but I haven’t tried yet.  I expect they will be part of dinner this week.

 

More Watermelons

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Posted by RobPatton | Posted in Blooming/Producing | Posted on 31-07-2011

Here is another one, we suffered from late planting this year.

Looks like the blueberries are blooming!

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Posted by RobPatton | Posted in Blooming/Producing, New Plants | Posted on 02-02-2011

Came home today and noticed that the blueberry plants have started blooming.

Grapes are coming!

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Posted by RobPatton | Posted in Blooming/Producing | Posted on 16-05-2010

Grapes are in their 2nd year, and have started to produce grapes.   I really need to get some trellis(es) built for these, as with all the food they get, they seem to grow a few inches every day.

Banana plants – Generation 2

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Posted by RobPatton | Posted in Blooming/Producing, New Plants | Posted on 16-05-2010

Banana plants grow new shoots, often called suckers, pups, or ratoons, from the shallow rootstocks or rhizomes, and continue to produce new plants generation after generation for several decades. In about nine months the plants reach their mature height of about 15 to 30 feet. Some varieties will grow to a height of 40 feet. From the stems, that are about 12 inches thick, flower shoots begin to produce bananas.

Here is my 2nd generation of Banana trees.  Soon to be moved to their own pots, and moved to the tables for more attention.

Grapes are coming!

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Posted by RobPatton | Posted in Blooming/Producing, New Plants | Posted on 12-04-2010

Its been about 3 weeks since I thought the grapes were dead.  They love this weather, and the organic fish fertilizer that I’ve been giving them, I guess.  They’ve taken off, and already seem to be starting to produce fruit.  Some of the oranges have started to bloom as well.