These blackberries look so yummy! That big one in the middle looks like it’s almost ripe!
It looks like we’re going to have a good blueberry crop this year! Our bushes are covered with bunches green berries that resemble the ones in the picture above.
I think we are going to have a good blackberry crop this year! I’m sure the ones in the photo above will be delicious when ripe. The cloudless sky made an excellent background for the unripe blackberries in this picture.
We planted several beds of strawberries a few years back, and had a great crop. Strawberry plants only last for two years, so most of the plants are long gone by now. When I went out this morning, I discovered this strawberry plant sprouting out of the ground. It already had a blossom on it! I wonder if it will produce any strawberries?
How holly tree still has a few of its beautiful red berries left. They look so gorgeous!
These red berries grow on our holly tree during the winter. I captured a good shot of this bunch!
These red and orange berries grow on our hedge bushes during winter and early spring. They make great photographs.
Our blue berry bushes only produce a small crop last year, but there were enough blue berries for all of us to have a share. The young bushes are loaded with flowers this year. Hopefully they’ll produce a good crop.