We had great growth on the fig trees (bushes) over the summer. This is the tallest they have been yet. Sadly, because they were frozen to the ground over winter, they had to start from scratch again. So we did not get a fig crop.
We have 3 Celeste and 3 Brown Turkey. Both are hardy figs, but not quite hardy enough for my goals.
There were a couple earlier this year, and this one yesterday.
I got to eat it, since Michael does not like them. Lots of green ones, but they will not ripen before frosts come.
I truly hope that one day I can get enough growth to stay, so that they can become trees.
The scent of fig trees is incredible. Nothing like it.
Autumn is nearly here...
Red berries of asparagus.
Red berries of highbush cranberry.
The blackberries did well this year. Still looking green. We are kind of glad they are no longer producing!
I have been wondering what was wrong at this end of the vineyard. Vines were yellowing and losing their leaves. I think it may be chlorosis. I saw the same thing on part of the blackberries earlier this year. It can be due to several deficiencies, and made worse by a lot of rain.
New growth is returning, however.
Now that I've caught up, I've got to get busy again.