Monday, July 13, 2015

Avocado from my Garden

 I was thrilled to get a crop of avocados for the first time from my tree yesterday! The tree has taken fifteen years to deliver!
 Avocado is also called Alligator Pear and Butterfruit. But the birds are not excited about this foreign fruit. They throng the teak trees next to the avocado tree and peck at the small teak fruit. Now that the mango season is over, the birds are looking for other fruit.
 The Golden Challice vine is full of enormous , faintly fragrant flowers.

My thanks to the team of Our World Tuesday , where we learn of many interesting things happenning in different parts of our world.
I also thank Mrs.Nesbitt , the originator of ABCWednesday  and Roger and his team who do so much work to carry it forward.

12 comments:

  1. Ah, I love avocados!!! These look delicious!! Hope you're enjoying a great new week!!

    ReplyDelete
  2. I love Avocados too! It took 15 years! Wow I have to wait long time! ;)

    ReplyDelete
  3. That is one slow avocado tree! Still, really awesome. I wish we could grow them here; I buy them every couple of days.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Now I live in hope that one day my avocado tree will deliver! I know one can not hurry up nature, but 15 years... Looks like I've got a few years to go. Thank you for showing your fruit

    ReplyDelete
  5. Beautiful! They look like they were worth waiting for- 15 years! Wow!

    ReplyDelete
  6. I wished I had avocadoes in my yard. I love them!
    Yours look great.
    Wil, ABCW Team

    ReplyDelete
  7. I had avocado in my Subway sub just today!

    ROG, ABCW

    ReplyDelete
  8. Avocado the buttery fruit i love it.... i wish to have one in my garden. Since we share common interest i would like to invite u for an online kitchen blogging marathon

    Please register us for participation
    http://mrsroofgardener.blogspot.in/2015/07/le-growlearning-while-growing.html

    ReplyDelete
  9. Nice to know a lot abt nature from ur blogs....
    I have a limited space for nature in my house...
    In d process of making d best us of restrictions...
    Ur guidance is appreciated....I live in south india... How do I contact u.... Is it possible for me to visit ur garden

    ReplyDelete
  10. Nice to know a lot abt nature from ur blogs....
    I have a limited space for nature in my house...
    In d process of making d best us of restrictions...
    Ur guidance is appreciated....I live in south india... How do I contact u.... Is it possible for me to visit ur garden

    ReplyDelete

  11. Hi Great Blog! I am following your blog, I hope you follow my..!
    Best Playway School

    ReplyDelete