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Grape, The Vine

This is my grape vine's second season and it stands 7 feet tall.  After pruning the vines this past winter, they are now producing new leaf growth.  My grape vines grow on a trellis, but I will train them later during winter season to grow horizontally on a fence.  During my adolescent years growing up in the Midwest, my parents grew many grapes.  My mother used the grapes to make juices, jelly and for canning, while lots of the fresh fruit were used for snacks.  This plant was given to me three years ago in hopes I could save this precious plant..  and I did!  : )  Now whether this vine will produce fruit this season.. I really don't know, but I sure have my fingers crossed! 

Appreciating Beautiful Nature Up Close Through Gardening, Photography, Exploring & Hiking

Exploring nature is derived through my unique gardening, photography, and hiking. Appreciating nature is instilled within, and the importance of a healthy environment is of importance to me.

 Book Explorer Of The Month

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A. A. Mansfield


Exploring A Nature Journal Of Flowers is an exciting book  of various blooms that I've explored, and some blooms that I grow.  Nature is amazing...especially when discovering that some selective trees produce flowers, too, or a plant growing in soil is capable of producing the most beautiful bloom.  Capturing the beauty of flowers in my book is just a fragment of our wonderful nature.

Above image: A native shrub to Africa  found growing along a waterway that meets the Atlantic Ocean. 

On Thanksgiving several years ago, my family and I had Thanksgiving upon a gorgeous mountaintop.  I took time to photograph the wonderous nature, then I saw this exquisite rock poking out from the ground.  The estimate size of this ancient boulder was 20'Lx 3'W.  My hypothesis theory..the left side of this gigantic boulder indicates the trailing side, backend of the rock.  The right side flow lines begin to narrow, which indicate the frontline of the supposedly travelled rock.  Note:  Flow lines, rust, crust, fracture or fissure, wild ferns, and lichen.
On Thanksgiving several years ago, my family and I had Thanksgiving upon a gorgeous mountaintop. I took time to photograph the wonderous nature, then I saw this exquisite rock poking out from the ground. The estimate size of this ancient boulder was 20'Lx 3'W. My hypothesis theory..the left side of this gigantic boulder indicates the trailing side, backend of the rock. The right side flow lines begin to narrow, which indicate the frontline of the supposedly travelled rock. Note: Flow lines, rust, crust, fracture or fissure, wild ferns, and lichen.

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