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This is my pomegranate in its fall plumage.
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Plumpossum

I did give it a thought, Gayle, but there is virtually no traffic (either foot or vehicular) here at the end of my cul-de-sac.

Bommom

Have you ever thought of putting a table out by your curb with your abundance, a sign with the price, and a can for people to put their money in? You might make a dollar or two on the honor system. It works around here.

Plumpossum

Yes, Gayle, they are easy to reach. Just now I'm sort of inundated in pomegranates -- I've been busy making syrup with them, but I can't keep up with the supply. If you were here, I'd give you an armload of this fruit; there is way more than I can deal with, so I guess the local 'possums will have a feast. The syrup, by the way, goes very nicely on pancakes or in milk, or anywhere you would use any other kind of syrup.

Bommom

A golden glow! It looks like your pomegranates are within reach. That's doubly nice.

Plumpossum

Cluck cluck...

Surreal_Heidi

Fourscore is 80. Plus 10 is 90. Well past it is over 90. You're still a spring chicken.

Plumpossum

PS: I was never a whiz at math. Tsk.

Plumpossum

Almost. 88.

Plumpossum

By the way, I also use a lot of my pomegranates to make syrup with the juice. Nice to pour on ice cream, among other things.

Surreal_Heidi

You're over 90 years old????

Plumpossum

Heidi, I get around that limitation by collecting all of the arils in a bowl before wolfing them down all at once. Tsk. As for healthfulness, since I am well past my allotted fourscore and ten, I have decided to eat as I please and enjoy my food. If that program kills me, at least I will die happy.

Surreal_Heidi

Yes, it's tedious, but it forces you to eat slowly, which is healthier.

Plumpossum

lela, I'm shocked that you are shocked. Tsk...
Heidi, yes, they taste good, but separating the tiny arils from their matrix is quite tedious.
Returner, lots of good things can be grown in southern California, but the climate is too hot and dry for a lot of other nice plants.
Thanks, roseheather!
Always the optimist, Bill? Thanks!

Bill_I_Am

New England doesn't have your lovely pomegranates, Plum! :-)

roseheather

A nice image with the golden leaves and red fruit. Thanks for sharing this.

Returner

It never occurred to me that a person could grow pomegranates here. I just thought of somewhere "foreign" -- Israel or Italy or somewhere.

Surreal_Heidi

Mmmmmmm... they look delicious!

lelabugosi

I am truly SHOCKED!!

Plumpossum

Fall color in southern California will never give New England any competition, but we appreciate what little we have.

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