Pomegranates 2

I had so many lovely comments about the pomegranates that I was stunned. A few people commented that they had never seen what they look like growing on a tree. Since we harvested only some of them, I have included some pictures of the fruit laden tree in our garden.

Here is a view of the garden:

A view of the garden

A view of the garden

When we bought our house, I never realized how much pleasure I would get from that garden. We have only a small patch of grass, but yesterday it served as a base for the inflatable swimming pool I bought before I moved into the house. Yesterday was the first time I used it. Kinneret, 2 years old, enjoyed playing in the pool, emptying water from cup to cup and having my husband and me and her pouring the cups of water on her back, her head, and her chest. She giggled and laughed and splashed. It was idyllic– and it took place in the shade of the pomegranate tree.

The tree arching over the path

The tree arching over the path

And here are a couple of the growing pomegranates

Still ripening

Still ripening

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Comments

  1. Yours is a lovely and lush garden.

  2. I envy you for having a garden like that and oh, the pomegranates are beautiful!

  3. hi there! love those growing pomegranates on your garden. Hope you could vist my website and see my entry for RUBYTUESDAY! here’s the link
    http://prettyfirefly.com/?p=4612

  4. I’m so glad you’ve posted a photo of the pomegranates growing. For sure I’ve never seen this before. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  5. I love everything about your garden
    even the walk way is perfect ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Wow, I’ve never actually seen a pomegranate tree either. Such a interesting looking one. Thanks for sharing.

  7. In Singapore it’s very easy to spot this tree, almost every chinese will have a pot of pomegranate , mostly not in gardens since almost 60% percentage of us live in high rise apartment.
    Your garden is so beautiful.

    • Jama,

      When I was growing up, we called pomegranates “Chinese apples.” I guess now I know why! I would love to visit Singapore someday. Everyone I know who has been there says it’s a very special place.

  8. Yes, what a beautiful spot for just relaxing and enjoying your grandchild. Ours are all under 4 and love splish splashing and pouring cups of water everywhere just like that!

  9. Came to this blog by way of Ruby Tuesday signed by Rona Michaelson. Don’t know if I’m in the right place but Happy Ruby Tuesday to you… ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Came to this blog by way of Ruby Tuesday signed by Rona Michaelson. Don’t know if I’m in the right place but Happy Ruby Tuesday to you… ๐Ÿ™‚
    Oops…forgot to say great post! Looking forward to your next one.

  11. Like Mary, the teach … I found this link for Ruby Tuesday where we share a bit of red each week. Your garden is lush and lovely ;–)
    Hugs and blessings,

  12. A patch of paradise. Thanks for your visit.

  13. This is so lovely. One of our goals is to have a little patch of grass/greenery attached to our house. (And therefore why we could never afford to live in Yerushalayim!) Just a place to throw the kids to play and to sit in the shade!

  14. Persephone ate
    luscious pomegranate seedsรขโ‚ฌโ€
    and Hades rejoiced.

    My Ruby Tuesday

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