Front Yard Fruit

I’ve shared with you my office-adjacent blackberries and almonds (which might be apricots, upon review). Here are several other enticing front yard fruits growing in my “neighborhood.”

Two weeks later, these grapes turned the darkest of ruby.

Higos! That's figs, in Spanish. Now you know a new word.

Higos! That’s figs, in Spanish. Now you know a new word.

Laden with persimmons, in arm's reach. See you in the fall.

Laden with persimmons, in arm’s reach. See you in the fall.

Wild passion fruit flower. That's hot.

Wild passion fruit flower. That’s hot.

A wizened avocado tree, about 40 feet tall.

A wizened avocado tree, about 40 feet tall.

They might be giants. I can't tell, they are so far out of reach.

They might be giants. I can’t tell, they are so far out of reach.

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  1. Pingback: Fallen Fruit « Oranges and Avocados

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