By sstiles Blackberries about a third through the process.By sstiles Strawberries just beginning.By ehartlaub Michigan blueberries. Not sure of the variety.By ehartlaub Unharvested apples in a Michigan orchard.By goldie77 I bought a packet of Red flowered Broadbeans and 3 grew as Black and white ones . The picture shows the height as 2.7 metres > Laurie Thompson LT030329@bigpond.net.auBy shihtzumom Lettuce headBy stephanietx Wando peas growing among the dill.By Vincyman By fmlyof5 Young tomatoes after a late spring rainBy goofballTex Unripe Texas persimmonBy cityfarmer63 Georgia Jet Sweet Potato After I dug the potato I weighed it. The potato weighed 5 lbs. I entered it in the local fair. It won the prize for the heaviest potato.By bonehead Baby tomatoes under the watchful eye of their protectorBy stephanietx Dew on January King CabbageBy tillerrat There is always one.By plantladylin Eriobotrya japonica "Loquat" fruit ripening in the Florida sunshine. By plantladylin Prunus serotina "Black Cherries", waiting for the birds to devour them!By adinamiti Strawberries from my garden.By adinamiti Sweet peppers waiting to be pickled.By gretchco The Garden of the Mind is a non-profit effort at Luther Burbank School, Long Beach . The purple ruffle basil and red pepper plants are found in our "Pizza" garden.By Laurieszy Homemade salsa from homegrown tomatosBy Laurieszy By robinfay1 Fractal Cauliflower "Romanesque"By robinfay1 Soul reborn as a lemon?By luvsgrtdanes Before the wine!By gail52 Fruits of our labor. Our garden is very small and we keep some plants in pots around the house, so we're happy with any harvest we get.By NancySLAZ Some of our bountiful orange harvest waiting for juicing.By wren107 Persimmon close to ripeBy blueskyfd11 By bogalousa rabbit eye blueberry blooms on a cloudy spring dayBy Terri1948 A selection of apples, black grapes and white and red currants create a mouthwatering display.By Terri1948 Grapes, apples, pears and several varieties of plums look very mouthwatering.By Sherilou "Tularosa Market Melons" on display and selling-out fast! By pirl (No explanation required!)By pirl On display at a garden center in Truro, on Cape Cod.By Rarejem August harvestBy PNWMountainGirl Peaches just ready for the picking.By zone10 Artichoke ~ Elementary School Kids' GardenBy zone10 Organically grown lettuce ~ Elementary school kids' garden.By Jim41 This a photo of a portion of my raised beds.By rkyobo It was always a pleasure to go to the Korean market and see all the beautiful and colorful lettuce leaves.By plantparent This cabbage looked so pretty in the garden I had a hard time harvesting it.By lovediggin Peppers at Saainich Fair, Vancouver Island, B.C.By yarok It is a Macro shot of a small kind of pomegranate By yarok ArtichokBy Kiyzersoze Peppers anyone?By marblecreek This is a fresh fruit stand in a park in Mexico. Notice the cups of sliced fresh fruit.By marblecreek This is a beautiful gladolia that comes back each year. A friend left it for me to enjoy in my gardenBy lovediggin Farm display at Saainich Fair, Vancouver Island, B.C.By Jimenez_Garden Big Pumpkin...Lil PumpkinBy Jimenez_Garden Big Pumpkin...Lil PumpkinBy 22cold Nekoosa Pumpkin FestBy charqueen This is all of my different colorful peppers from sweet to medium heat to hot. Charlene Scanlon, Corunna, IndianaBy charqueen My very bearutful, but stinky Dracunculus Vulgaris. Charlene Scanlon, Corunna, IndianaBy mygardens Apple with very unusual marking.By henryr10 Espaliered apple treeBy flfwrs By flfwrs By Buttoneer Old Amish Heirloom: Moon & Stars Watermelon. These are about the size of a bowling ball, very sweet, can take the heat and so delicious to eat. z6b.By saya This is my son at the age of seven years old. He has HFA, that is a autistic disorder. He dislikes to look at you or a camera. But at this day he was so proud to show our harvest of vegs that he could take a straight look in the camera. By HoneybeeNC After the harvestBy HoneybeeNC Harvest TimeBy YesMan_ Bonanza dwarf peach tree, 28 peaches first year, very sweet.By WonderWeasel Bowl of Heat (Fataliis, Takanotsumes, and a Red Caribbean Habanero (taken using a Kodak EasyShare M340 digital camera)By WonderWeasel Takanotumes (taken using a Kodak EasyShare M340 digital camera)By Meehlticket This is a blossom (with pollinators) from a volunteer squash that grew in my new flower bed. I had mulched with 'compost' tree bark from the county; a group of squash seeds must have gotten mixed in. By Meehlticket When I received this plant in late spring it was in a 4" pot, now it is shoulder high. I'm told it is Lemon Grass. Lots of neighbors have asked for it, and I've offered it on the Trading List, so it is time to dig it up for the season.By cmezoom56 StrawberryBy cmezoom56 "He who likes cherries, soon learns to climb" - A German proverb.By TMI My first strawberry.By nancy_vl My friend Rhonda's vegetable stand at Glocca Morra Farm in rural Ontario CanadaBy rashanii This is the Litchi South American rare tomato that I'm growing inside my apt.The Latin name "Litchi Morelle do Balbis, I will put another pic of the whole plant .Amazing thorns all over plant .Taste of sour cherries and slight tomato .Rare in USA.By rashanii This is the full picture of my 9 Litchi tomato or 'Morelle de Balbis" plants.The plant is covered in thorns even the casing of the fruit.The taste is awesome! It's of a sour cherry and tomato.Only sold and avail in USA in Gourmet restaurants at this time...It's truly something to see..By Scottbotan Luscious Mulberries By fatime Wild Wineberries (rubus phoenicolasius)By fatime Dewdrop on a "ChoJuro" Asian pearBy PNWMountainGirl We love tomatoes!By jcoats123 Frist cantalope this SpringBy jcoats123 Looking good, so farBy kurantkat Yellow Pear and Black Cherry tomatoes from the later part of the season. They have been preserved as Tomato, Ginger and Pepper Jam. By patoboyle My peck of peppers!By patoboyle Our pumpkin patch.By OrionKitty The day's harvest by Kim ChaconBy OrionKitty Tiny Toms by Kim ChaconBy 1flower4u By 1flower4u By pixie62560 By nzehler The rewards from a morning of picking with my mother at Stokes Berry Farm in Wilmington, Ohio.By nzehler Prized peas grown in my small balcony container garden.By CajuninKy Pawpaws grow wild here in the mountains of Ky and they are delicious.By CajuninKy Japanese Wine Berries aong the creek in my yardBy neecieb Array of freshly harvested beetsBy neecieb Ristras and applesBy htop The beautiful purple ornamental cabbage .