Funny thing living in agricultural zone 9.
It means almost everything grows here, but not necessarily at the same time and way.
Instead of one season, we get two. Kind of .......... spring and fall.
I have been growing grapes for years in my tiny garden along my fence.
Muscadine and seedless red grapes.Most years the red seedless fail miserably.
I continue to grow them for the challenge and the enjoyment of watching them grow.
Every once in a while, when the winter is wetter then normal I get babies.
|April 24th and growing|
|a bunch from years ago|
Now before the question arises, these are table grapes. No vino.
For my thick friends, that means eatin not drinkin. "K"?
If it does not get too hot and I can keep the insects at bay, I should be
eating these little guys in June. Fingers crossed.