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YUM...they must taste devine!
Wow, they look delicious Anne. You'll have to start a winery!Bon journée,Mimi
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
They are beautiful - you certainly have a green thumb!
Hi Dawn .. I haven't touched them , just cut back the branches now and again .. these were here when I moved in :-) :-)
I for one CAN NOTHorribly jealous.In the UK too
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
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.
Oh yes, I agree you must make something from them. Maybe now that you've trimmed back the leaves, they'll ripen up.
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
They look beautiful ... and all you did was cut them back. Aren't you the jammy one .
Fabulous and looking so much better than ours:)
Fantastic! Great title for the post, too.
Wow! how wonderful :-)
Now Anne you could have~ le vendage~ right in your own back-yard. lovely colours. ~Dianne~
How lucious! If they were in our backyard, they'd be raisins by now because it has been so hot.
Bonjour Anne,How lovely!!Iam sure that they will make for some nice table grapes for nibbling on :)
Lucky you! That colour is lovely...
Bonjour Anne !Unbeliaveable, Now do you make wine, if so please do share the recipe
Wow! They're fantastic.
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
OMG! You have grapes? Next thing we know, you will have a small and highly sought after batch of your own wine ;-)
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.
They look fantastic! What a clever gardener you are. I hope they don't have too many pips.
These look amazing, Anne. What colours!
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