The backyard grapevine
Grapes growing in the backyard
Anticipating another bountiful harvest this summer.

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  1. Anonymous Says:


  2. Anya Says:

    Hi Carleen
    They Many fruits on it ..........
    Fantastic shots ^__^

  3. oooooooooooooooohhhhh yum!

    Happy WW

  4. Beautiful ...especially the end product.

  5. RA Says:

    How wonderful to have a lot of vine for harvest! They look tasty :).

  6. Will you get a chance to stomp on some?
    Happy WW!

  7. Wow! Is this in your garden? What kind of grapes are those?

    Thanks for visiting and please come back again!

    Happy WW! My Parents' Backyard

  8. ItaJeff Says:

    Hi Carleen. Tq for stopping by at my blog and tq also for the birthday wish. Nice meeting you here and hope to get to know you better soon.

    Lots of luv,

  9. Anonymous Says:

    wow.. your own vineyard! those grapes look yummy! :)

  10. Unknown Says:

    Happy WW! Wow ... those are remarkable photos of nature at work! Thank you for visiting my blog earlier today.

    I invite your blog readers to view my photo entry and consider whether or not we will see peace in the Middle East during our lifetime...

    peace, Villager

  11. so cool - are these yours?

  12. Unknown Says:

    Great photos.
    We have wild grapes growing rampantly around here, I'm afraid there going to take my fence down.

  13. Beth F Says:

    Love the greens!

  14. Stephanie Says:

    How exciting! My husband's cousin has a grapevine full of grapes, too. I'd like to try growing them sometime. Hers has done really well!

    Thanks for stopping by earlier! I replied to your prairie dog question on the post, since I thought other people might be wondering too.

  15. Anonymous Says:

    Excellent and very pretty. Are those in your yard?

  16. Carleen Says:

    Hi All!

    Lots of you are wondering whether the photos of the grapes in today's entry are growing in my yard. The answer is YES, they are! We put this grapevine in about 18 years ago and have never really paid much attention to it. It gets no special attention or treatment; it doesn't even get watered regularly, yet every year it produces pounds and pounds of green seedless grapes. I've got a photo showing part of last year's harvest here.

  17. Robyn Jones Says:

    Wow...that is beautiful! Grapes would never grow here...

  18. Unknown Says:

    Thanks for checking out my WW entry :)

    Wow! Wish I could have my own grape vineyard unless I moved out in the Philippines :)

  19. Ken Says:

    Very nice. I wish we could grow grapes in our yard.

  20. Yummy! Is that from your yard? If so, that is amazing. I am seeing a lot of tomatoes right now, but not many grape growers.

    Happy WW from Sara @ the Mostly Wordless Wednesday H.Q.!

  21. Susan Cook Says:

    Yum! I'd love to try some of those. That is awesome. Hope you have a great crop. Happy WW!

  22. Lovely shots! Looks like you will have a wonderful harvest. :D

  23. Anonymous Says:

    Could you imagine if everyone of those grapes was a dollar? You'd be rich I tell ya. They are awesome :)

  24. cool catch for wordless... mine's up too hope you can drop by. Happy WW!

  25. I am Harriet Says:

    Yum! Killed my vine in two years ;(

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