Monday, 4 May 2009

MWT: First fruit

First fruit,
spotted in my mother's garden this Sunday!
Gooseberries, strawberries, raspberries and red currants :)

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22 comments:

erin said...

are those figs i see? i know the one is strawberries.
very lovely shots.

Maria said...

They are gooseberries, strawberries, raspberries and red currents, Erin!

ewok1993 said...

Love the bleeding heart image.

Not too long now before them berries are ripe for the picking.

Babooshka said...

I am waiting for the strawberries and cherries here. A very timely post and can't wait now for those fruits.

Mary Elizabeth said...

Great capture!
Mary Elizabeth @ Now and Then

Guy D said...

Lovely shots Maria, they are fantastic.

Have a great week
Guy
Regina In Pictures

SandyCarlson said...

I love gooseberries. They are wonderful. Great shots.

The Explorer said...

I enjoyed the hiking...c",)

Barbara said...

Marie
Your mom must have an awesome garden... One that anyone would enjoy walking through. Have a great week.
Barbara

Janie said...

Spring is moving right along in your part of the world. Great shots!

Jenn said...

Never seen or tasted gooseberries... now at least I know how it looks like :-) And that hiking trail is awesome. Looked like everyone had so much fun!

Kessi said...

...ein süsses Früchtchen wird das mal... =) - einen tollen Dienstag, alles Liebe - Kessi

jeannette stgermain said...

The last pic is of red currants? They have a beautiful shape and color! Thanks for sharing:)

antigoni said...

Excellent photos, Maria. We already ate strawberries from my mother's garden. They are very tasty and with a perfect smell.

hip chick said...

ooh I love berries! I have bleeding heart blooming in my New England garden also.

Denise said...

My Dad had a gooseberry patch in his garden. He loved his gooseberry pies. Great post, and I always enjoy your photos Maria. Thank you!

Jack and Joann said...

I'm surprised that you are harvesting fruit in Austria this early in May. Nice pics.

VALKYRIEN said...

Oh my - that looks tasty - in a while I guess! Mmmmmmm - homemade berries are much better than the one you buy!

Titania said...

Yummy berries, not long and you can bring your basket to harvest. Your mother must have a lovely garden and productive with these beautiful berries.

Regina said...

Very good, nice post.

Baruch said...

It's exciting seeing fruit produced in your own garden. I trust your mother will share ...?

Lara said...

wonderful! I am so glad when summer comes!