Our garden at 2311 Joe Field Road in Dallas, Texas has turned delicious!
This is Salvia greggi ‘Raspberry’, a perennial you will want in your water wise garden! Hmmm…looks good enough to eat, but please don’t. Plenty of edibles from our garden are coming.
Jim made pumpkin pie for us after cooking up these pumpkins we grew!
We have been picking pomegranates in our garden and are ready to make our famous pomegranate jelly again.
Lisa picked pomegranates from a neighbor’s tree; after asking permission. Imagine they didn’t want the fruit! Should we share a jar of our pomegranate jelly with them?
If you would like to buy a jar of pomegranate jelly made from Sarah’s recipe and these pomegranates, come to our Dallas County Master Gardener meeting on Thursday, October 24th at 11:30 am at the Farmer’s Branch Rec Center. All welcome!
Wish I could be there. Can I grow pomegranate?
Jennie Hatch Sent from my iPhone
Pomegranates grow in tropical to sub tropical climates. 7B is the furthest North you could expect to grow them. Maybe you can stop by October 24th for our Pomegranate Jelly instead!