Monday, September 17, 2012

A Garden With Variety

My father-in-law has a green thumb and he lives in an area with moist soil. Through most of the year there is something blooming in his yard. Except for the occasional winter frost, there is always something in season. 

When it comes to taking photos, it's fun to go visit my in-laws just for the variety of vegetation. On his small property, he has a lemon tree, a lime tree, orange tree, mandarin orange tree, pecan tree, peach tree, oak tree, and some variety of banana tree. I think his grapefruit tree died. And, then there are a bunch of other plants I couldn't identify. 

On occasion, he'll plant peppers, onions, and other produce. In addition, he'll plant flowers and other plants for my mother-in-law. It is interesting that such a small plot of land can be so fertile. 


Key lime from very close.

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