Look at this box of fruit! Doesn't it look great? There's some big ol' honkin' peaches, some nectarines, some plums and some pluots. Those peaches remind me of the good ol' days of fruit packing in my youth. Those August peaches are the money makers. They're big, doesn't take many to fill a box and you could just rake in the dough. It was great. Anyhow, this great fruit isn't going to last long. Soon, it'll be back to apples and bananas.
Oh, and did you notice those grapes? They're from our grapevines. I'll have to post about our grapevines. They have a very distinguished heritage. They are very tasty!
And take a gander at these tomatoes! Don't they look great? I have 3 tomato plants. Two of them are huge. They are beautiful and healthy and they have no tomatoes on them. My one tomato plant that's pretty sorry looking is the only one that's producing anything. But, in about a month I'm going to tear everything out and roto-till in all the compost we've been working so hard at making and put in my winter garden. I love that time of year. The switching gardens time. It's so full of hope. This time of year, the tired out garden time, isn't my favorite. The plants are all over grown, they aren't producing much and what they are producing is kind of small and tired out, too!