oh what a bitter egs-perience... it's better to stay with meat than with fruits... trust me... I ate only one plum (ok 87) and I've got the runs like crazy...
So that Crab apple was still crabby.Sure glad you didn't eat any of them. You might have gotten very sick. You all have a great Monday.
You have your very own Leah-sized crabby apple tree☺
Haha Toby does that with the garden tomatoes! Sorry Leah, guess you have to be patient a bit longer.
The only edible thing we had in the garden were the red currants, but my landlord took them all off. And the roses all have thorns, so I don't think Miss O will go for them. Which is probably for the best anyway...Mara from Norway
Crabby apples look so tempting, but you are right, YUCK! What a shame
Oh, yum! I like to wait for them to fall on the sidewalks, then get all fermented and stuff. They are excellent like that!Cam and I thought of you when we visited the Butterfly Garden last weekend!Yours sincerely,Margaret Thatcher
I've been sampling the pears on our tree. So far so good! I think they need another week and they'll be perfect!
We always wonder why they call them crab apples. Hope they get tasting sweeter soon, or you may need to add some sugar sprinkles.Woos - Lightning and Misty
Your little bonsai crabby apple tree is so cute. You sure got lots of apples for such a small tree.
Do crabby apples ever get sweet? We love your little tree.
Give them a few more days Princess and then try again!! xoxoJakey & Arty
We have fresh cherry tomatoes!!!! so yummy!hugsHazel & Mabel
Oooooooo! Those sound good....lets me know when they are ripe. I thinks by your reaction, that might be a week or two..heheheKisses,Ruby ♥
Your parents are lucky to have you testing their apples.
Yes, I was pretty sure that would be the outcome. :)
Hoping you didn't eat any of those!! xoxo DakotasDen
I haven't thought of crabapples in years! When I was a kid, a neighbor had a crabapple tree and we used to have crabapple wars with them! FYI~ They hurt when thrown! BOL!