While the summer harvest has ended, it's time to look forward to fall. Our grapevine above is showing signs of impending dormancy. After the leaves fall, I'll remove the critter netting.
This picture shows a branch of the guava tree, hanging perilously close to the ground. It's because it is weighted down with fruit.
We've got hundreds of fruit, like this pair, that will be ready soon.
This nice size example will probably be first.
Our citrus will provide another mediocre crop this year. The tangelo is starting to show some color. We'll be eating this around Christmas.
I've got a few tomatoes to eat this week...
...and we literally cannot keep up with the massive productions of chiles we have this year. Here's a plate we're drying out on the patio. A lot are just falling to the ground because we just can't pick 'em or eat 'em fast enough.
That's a problem I'd like to have on all of our food plants.
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