June purple from my garden for Rain's Thursday Art Date.
Beautiful purples today Leigh. Are those blackberries in the last photo? They look so yummy! hugs-Erika
Thank you Erika! The last photo is of Persian mulberries. This is the first year our young tree has produced a good quantity, which is notable to me. We like them better than blackberries; very sweet and the seeds don't get stuck in your teeth!
Wonderful garden photos and all a shade of purple. Just Lovely.
Well, purple is my favorite colour, so nothing but applause here!
Nicole, thank you!TB, I love purple too. And it fascinates me at how many subtle variations of purple there are, from light to dark, warm to cool. All beautiful.
I love all your garden photos - what a beautiful space. I have to admit that I have never heard of Persian mulberries, they look delicious!
lovely flower photos, and getting berry stains on your hands is as bad as getting alcohol inks on them:):)
love your purples!
Beautiful photos of your flowering garden, the fruits look so ripe. Happy TAD Tracey.
Your photos are lovely and your fruit reminded me that I haven't eaten lunch and it is after 1:00 pm :) Love the Mulberries ... wish we had a Mulberry tree in the area, but haven't seen on. I can remember picking them up off the sidewalk when I was young and bringing them home to eat. Your photography is delightful, Leigh ...Andrea @ From the Sol
I love your purples Leigh!! The flowers are so pretty. Are those figs?
Thank you everyone!Andrea, I planted that tree because I had lovely memories of picking mulberries from the ground too. We used to make jam with them. :)Rain, thanks! Those are Moonglow pears! A really nice variety. They have kind of a spicy flavor. That tree has produced fantastically this year, so I should have a good harvest later this summer.
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