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You definitely get an education hanging around these great Jigidi folks!
Oh my them thorns look dangerous!!
Still an awesome pic.
Wonderful Set LJ
Lorna I agree, that makes Jigidi some more. I like it. And I like this photo too, pity you can't eat them, I just wanted to say yummy.
Nice photo, and what I love about jigidi is that it is educational as well as fun!
Too bad you can't eat them. They look yummy! Thanks, LJ!
I LOVE Dave's Garden! You're so welcome.
By the way...I "belong" to Dave's Garden...meaning i can log in under my user name. I like that website. It has been helpful on more than one occasion. Thanks, again, Tex.
Yes, lyndee and morris...I definitely won't eat these!
That's it, Tex!! You got it. Greenbriar. Many thanks. Now I wish I could go back and change the title of this puzzle.
Laurajane, here it is, I think:
I would have tu see the leaves. They sure look like wild grapes. When in dought throw it out, aye lyndee!
Very interesting, CM! Thanks for the link. These sure are the same berrries. A relative of the grape! Thanks, CM :o)
Beautiful clear shot laurajane.
Here is a link to the one I did this summer. David made a comment on it with a possible identity.
They look like wild grapes but then again, I'm no expert on plants. When in doubt, leave alone!
I don't know either LJ thanks for the interesting set
Chickiemama said that these may not be grapes. I didn't know what else to call them, though. This set was taken at the Garden of the Gods on our outing.