Through the Grapevine .......

Can you believe it?
These are in my garden!!!

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  1. YUM...they must taste devine!

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  2. Wow, they look delicious Anne. You'll have to start a winery!
    Bon journée,
    Mimi

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  3. Lucy .. I don't think they ar ripe and not sure when they will be if ever..

    Mimi ... They look delicious but not sure if they are or not.. Can you imagine .. a winery .. what I need to do is build a structure for them to grow up and over :-)

    Have a wonderful Week Anne

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  4. They are beautiful - you certainly have a green thumb!

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  5. Hi Dawn .. I haven't touched them , just cut back the branches now and again .. these were here when I moved in :-) :-)

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  6. I for one CAN NOT
    Horribly jealous.
    In the UK too

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  7. The colors in these photos are beautiful--I love seeing a hint of fall to come. Lucky you--having it right there in your garden!

    Debi

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  8. Goodness gracious woman, those grapes are gorgeous. If not wine then you must make up some jelly. ONe of our faves around here for a long time was our stores of wild mustang grape jelly....those were sweet days. great pics too. Love the depth of color...you are blessed.

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  9. Oh yes, I agree you must make something from them. Maybe now that you've trimmed back the leaves, they'll ripen up.

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  10. Wow, these are so so beautiful Anne. Love your words through the grapevine! Do they taste as delicious as the look?
    I have a bush growing next to my front door. White ones. However, this year there are just a few grapes growing.
    You enjoy your grapes and the new week, sweet Anne. xxx

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  11. They look beautiful ... and all you did was cut them back. Aren't you the jammy one .

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  12. Fabulous and looking so much better than ours:)

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  13. Fantastic! Great title for the post, too.

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  14. Now Anne you could have~ le vendage~ right in your own back-yard. lovely colours.
    ~Dianne~

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  15. How lucious! If they were in our backyard, they'd be raisins by now because it has been so hot.

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  16. Bonjour Anne,
    How lovely!!
    Iam sure that they will make for some nice table grapes for nibbling on :)

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  17. Bonjour Anne !
    Unbeliaveable, Now do you make wine, if so please do share the recipe

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  18. Bonjour Anne, these look fantastic! I will be over for the harvest and then we make some wine ;-) Thank you so much for your lovely and supportive comment on my blog, it meant a lot to me and I really appreciate your thoughtfulness and prayers. Love from London x

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  19. OMG! You have grapes? Next thing we know, you will have a small and highly sought after batch of your own wine ;-)

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  20. Wow! I was just going to write that the grapes are just about ready here too--but that's in the vineyards. No grapes in my yard.

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  21. They look fantastic! What a clever gardener you are. I hope they don't have too many pips.

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  22. These look amazing, Anne. What colours!

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