Saturday, August 22, 2009

Oregon Blueberry


Not yet ripe, obviously, but soon they will be!

Admire other lovely flower shots at Today's Flowers.

17 comments:

Grace Olsson said...

Iam the first, dear
a solitaire flower, alone...but simply beautiful
nice sunday
graceolsson.coM/blog

Ebie said...

Its beautiful! Lovely shade of color!

Regina said...

Amazing!

Denise said...

A wonderful cluster of pretty flowers, must have been lovely to come across them like that. Thanks for sharing them.

Marju said...

Beautiful!

Naturegirl said...

Wow!! Our blueberries are ripe and ready to eat here in Ontario Canada! We are off to picking berries on Monday..perhaps I'll show them next weeK!!

Tammie Lee said...

yes and when it is ripe it will still be quite sour ;-}
We have lots of this too.

Spirithelpers

the Baitlady said...

Very simple... yet beautiful!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Oregon Blueberry, huh???? How interesting... Does it eventually turn BLUE????

Hugs,
Betsy

Janie said...

Beautiful photo. I've seen some that already have blue berries. I tasted one, but they were sour and astringent.

Pam said...

I enjoy eating blueberries but have never seen them growing. what a beautiful flower they have...

Luiz Ramos said...

Great shot and yellow flower.

Robert V. Sobczak said...

Flowers and fruits are always a matter of timing ... we lose track of that in the modern day grocery store where everything is always in season (somewhere).

Arija said...

Such a pretty gold turns blue?

Gaelyn said...

I love blueberries & huckleberries. Seems about the right time for them to be ripening. Yet this plant looks like Oregon Grape, and even ripe, the berries are not super sweet.
Nice capture.

mountain.mama said...

Ooops! Gaelyn's right, it is the Oregon grape. My bad!

Bim said...

Ah, this is sweet! Can one eat them ?(sorry, ignorant European). You asked in a comment if I worked at the college - no, that one is hubbies ;)