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Monday, July 3, 2017

MULBERRY : FIRST FRUITS

An interesting color that I found from a neglected plant in our front yard.
Red color of little fruits on the slim branches.


Yay... mulberries...


We grow this plant to get so many benefit from the hole part of this plant.
This plant is always remind me into our childhood.
We used to eat the berries when we played outdoor together.
The plant mostly grow wildly as hedge on the village.


Two weeks ago I did weeding on this area, I didn't find anything special here.
I planned  to pull out this poor plant and planting something new on that pot.
I didn't notice the plant.
It might the little fruits have already hang on the slim branches.


As you all know that we use to grow only productive plants,  cause we only have a limited land for gardening.


So... now we are so happy, waiting for the berries get ripen.


Can't wait to taste the fresh fruit, and remembering our childhood.


Thanks GOD...

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    1. I think you should taste it one day, so tasty!

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  2. Beautiful pictures. The mulberry fruit is delicious.
    Greetings.

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    1. Yes, that's right, Lucia.
      Have a nice week.

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  3. Oh, so cute--that last photo! I am celebrating the Mulberry these days, too, as we have many fruits on our tree. I must make a pie or some berry crisp!

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    1. Thanks, Beth.
      Wow, we only enjoy the fresh fruits, taste really good.

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  4. Your little one has grown what a cute photo...Beautiful Mulberry plant, the berries look good. I am so glad you didn't get rid of this plant. Have a wonder day in your beautiful country.

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    1. Thank you Teresa. Have a wonderful day!

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  5. Mulberry grow wild? Wow! That must be very sweet memories! ;)
    Your daughter must be very eagerly waiting to taste the fruit! She is so cute!

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    1. Yes, Malar! Very sweet memories. Right now, we can only find wild mulberry only in the village.

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  6. Great fruit I have a white mulberry. My is 3 years old and still does not bear fruit. :)

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    1. Wow... I have never seen white mulberry in the real. I hope you can share me the picture.

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  7. I know very well mulberry tree, Endah. And as to you it reminds me my childhood! I think its berries are too sweet to me, maybe in the jam they taste better.

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    1. Yes, Nadezda. The full ripen fruit is so sweet and juicy. We like it so much.

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