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By oxdriftgardener
Lettuce and dill in one of our raised beds


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By HelloMissMary
Muscadines


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By HelloMissMary
Summertime goodies!


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By Audrey
quince (Cydonia oblonga)


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By MarilynneS
Our peaches and cream corn, grown in a northern garden :-)


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By dakrebs
A group of eggplant fruit ready to harvest.


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By Cville_Gardener
Pawpaws on the tree


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By Cville_Gardener
Beautiful blueberries


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By purrydaze
Pink bananas grow wild here. This one was plucked from the savannah at about 2 feet high. They taste nothing like a regular banana and can be grown from seed! The seeds are big, and can be removed from the fruit.


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By Pearlie5
Pineapple guava (feijoas) blossom


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By AnneFairfax
Corn tassel in late July


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By Flapdoodle
A melange of carrots from my garden. I like to grow several different varieties.


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By Flapdoodle
Red Runner beans from my garden.


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By chookie2
Sweet Chilli Sauce coming up!


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By chookie2
Preserving my harvest.


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By westcoastliving
Plum tree still fruiting after all these years


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By westcoastliving


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By rossdesigns
From my large garden I am always creating floral bouquets. These fruits and veggies were so stunning, I decided they deserved their own bouquet.


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By Marzipansy


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By cpark
Swiss chard glowing in the late-afternoon sunshine.


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By nutsaboutnature
Red Pear heirloom tomatoes growing in a container


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By LadyAshleyR
Blackberry Fruit


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By LadyAshleyR
Blackberry Fruit


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By LisaSN
Early Girl Tomatoes, Lemon Cucumbers, White Wonder Cucumbers, and Slenderette Bush Beans in my thrifted garden trug.


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By adinamiti
Apricots.


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By adinamiti
Tomatoes.


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By LisaSN
Garden Salsa hot red peppers. Too hot for my family, we strung them to dry as a decoration!


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By pilgrim317
Cabbage!


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By danmo
Colorful Chilly Chili Pepper


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By Audrey
freckled apple

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