Sunday, May 9, 2010

mothers day

Mary's daughter Rhonda asked Mary what she wanted for mothers day and Mary responded fruit-bearing garden plants. So she got Mary a nice blueberry plant and a strawberry plant.

The blueberry plant already has both blueberries and flowers for future blueberries on it. Both plants look healthy and vigorous.

The strawberry plant also has a small strawberry and a flower for future strawberries.

I have seen strawberry plants but this is the first time that I have seen one with a flower on it. So now, I know what the strawberry flower looks like.

And here is the young strawberry and soon it will be big and red. We are looking forward to a plentiful crop of strawberries. They go good on our breakfast cereal.

Here's hoping that all of the mothers out there have a nice mothers day on this their special day. Lew

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