Muscadines... by thewatersphotos

Muscadines...

Muscadines destined for jelly!
That’s a new word for me...are they grapes, very pretty colours.
September 15th, 2020  
what a range of colours - are they all from the same plant?
September 15th, 2020  
As soon as I saw the first globe I thought of you. I wish I like these.
September 15th, 2020  
Lovely colors and nice assortment.
September 15th, 2020  
Such a variety of colors.
September 15th, 2020  
Sweet capture! :-) I hope they are sweet.
September 15th, 2020  
Love this! Fav
September 16th, 2020  
Can I presume that when you say 'jelly' that would be jam over here? What are these fruits?
September 16th, 2020  
Beautiful colour combinations, nice!
September 16th, 2020  
Wonderful colors and great the way you filled the frame.
September 16th, 2020  
@happypat Thanks! They are grapes, Pat. The do grow wild, but these are cultivated and include various varieties, hence the variation in size and color. They have an absolutely wonderful aroma!
September 16th, 2020  
@anniesue Thanks! No, they come from several different plants. Usually a plant is either purple or bronze.
September 16th, 2020  
@randystreat Thanks! Oh, we do love them! We "tasted" all of the 13 varieties and picked 9 quarts to make into jelly.
September 16th, 2020  
@kvphoto Thank you, KV.
September 16th, 2020  
@k9photo Indeed, Kate. They are from several varieties.
September 16th, 2020  
@valerina Thank you. Oh yes, they are delicious.
September 16th, 2020  
@bubblequeen Thanks so much, Melvina. Are you familiar with muscadines??
September 16th, 2020  
@jon_lip Actually, Jon, we call it jelly when it is made just from the juice and does not include the pulp of the grapes. We could include the pulp and peels and that we would call jam.
These are muscadine grapes. They do not grow in clusters, but individually on vines.
September 16th, 2020  
@pattyblue Thank you, Pat!
September 16th, 2020  
@taffy Thanks so much, Taffy.
September 16th, 2020  
September 16th, 2020  
I’ve never heard anyone around here talk about them, so I need to if they grow somewhere else in the state. They look tasty!
September 17th, 2020  
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