Monday, December 6, 2010

Harvest Monday - December 2010

Most of the time I harvest fruit as I'm ready to eat it, so this month I'm showing the harvest as it looks while still in the garden.  To see what other gardeners are harvesting, see Daphne's Dandelions blog.
Dwf Cavendish Banana
 Arrowroot now dormant and ready to dig
Avocado
Mandarin
Calamondin
Key Lime
Kumquat
Marsh Grapefruit
Minneola Tangelo
Navel Orange
Orlando Tangelo
Persian Lime
Ruby Red Grapefruit
Sweet Lemon

8 comments:

kitsapFG said...

What a great diversity of citrus fruit you have (and others too!). Totally jealous!

Robin said...

Beautiful citrus & fruit....I am jealous too!!

Shawn Ann said...

wow what a beautiful variety! Wish I could grow half of that stuff!

Dan said...

I'm the third jealous person :-)

Andrea said...

Oh how beautiful to be living in your farm Jim. They are so healthy looking and looks very delicious. Aside from getting the seeds for sale, what do you do with the flesh of your harvest? And how many helps do you have there! I love the colors of your citrus too, which we dont normally get here because of the higher temperatures.

Grower Jim said...

Andrea, a lot of the fruit is consumed fresh. I also sell some and give some away. I do all of the plant care by myself. The citrus colors will get even more intense as the season progresses.

Daphne said...

Wow that is a lot of fruit. I think I could feed my whole neighborhood with that. I tend to eat more vegetables than fruit, but if I had your yard, it would be the other way around.

AaronVFT said...

Oh so many fruits! Love them all!

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