The ‘edible’ signs of summer

You know summer is round the corner when these gorgeous fruits start to appear.  This is our first strawberry to have matured on our strawberry plants that my son helped to plant in our vegetable patch a few weeks ago.  I have taken a photo because by dinnertime it will have gone.

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8 Responses to The ‘edible’ signs of summer

  1. Fiona says:

    Beautiful strawberry! Now you’ve set me off wanting some!!! As a 2 year old on holiday I used to escape from my grandparents house and my parents would invariably find me at 5am in my Grandad’s strawberry patch!!
    Very hard work has happened on this website too! Well done! How do you do the TAG thing?? Will be popping back soon! Fiona xxx

    • Deb says:

      Hi Fiona, that made me laugh. My mum often recounts the stories of me escaping as a two year old too but this time with the cheese from the fridge. I’ve outgrown the cheese thing. The tags – have you looked under your widgets – I had a tag cloud widget that I moved into my sidebar. Also look at categories – you might prefer one of those. Hope this helps. I’m still messing around with my site and still learning! Deb x

  2. admin says:

    Hi everyone; this is my first ever response on my new blog and the first time I have been able to reply to anyone for weeks. Blogger was just not working for me. I hope you all like my new site and the cheeky little monster icons next to your names. Anyway, thankyou all for commenting on the picture of my son’s first strawberry – we’re looking forward to loads more. Deb x

  3. jontybabe says:

    We are just waiting for our first strawberries. Can’t wait!

  4. mum in meltdown says:

    >Looks scrummy! we have had 2 so far of our plants and they were yum :)

  5. Lizbeth says:

    >Yay! Every time we planted strawberries we fed the squirrels. I'm glad you get to enjoy yours!

  6. Apples and Autobots says:


  7. jazzygal says:

    >Oh fabulous! After a very miserable and windy May we can see a few raspberries appearing on our raspberry bush! We only planted it last year and they are green and barely visible but they're there! Roll on some sunshine this month… please!

    xx Jazzy

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