Monday, 29 December 2014

Fresh Fruit and Vegetable at Quarr Abbey

Last week when I walked to Quarr Abbey, I called in at the café where they were selling organically grown fruit and vegetables and as I thought they looked so colourful I  photographed them. I also saw these few last flowers blooming.  



New Zealand Yam








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22 comments:

  1. Hi, Margaret. Such colourful veg! Hope all is well.

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  2. Hello Margaret, the veggies do look colorful and pretty. Lovely flowers too. Wonderful series..Have a happy day and week ahead! I wish you and your family a happy,healthy New Year!

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  3. I would be so happy at those fruits and vegetable stands. They all look incredible.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  4. Lovely shapes and colours. I'm amazed that a few flowers were still in bloom!

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  5. What a show. It is brilliant. I was just trying to work out a menu with roast Squash, chillies and parsnip. I would buy from them were the price reasonable.

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  6. PS, what are those things in the wobbly blue box?

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  7. Hi Margaret,
    Beautiful pictures, the vegetable in the second picture, I do not know.
    The rose on photo 7 has stolen my heart.

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  8. Nice pics, Margaret. I'm guessing ew Zealand yams. (I never heard of them before. I googled "red tubers" and saw the picture.)
    ~

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  9. Lovely, fruit and vegetables, good amount for a vegetarian, like me.

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  10. Heips.
    Lovely colorful veggies to look and eat. They are a little bit different than we have.

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  11. What a beautiful setting, Margaret! The flowers are stunning, the vegetable display made me hungry and the entire post has put me in an idyllic state of mind. Thank you!

    I have consulted my resident Oracle who knows all things (that would be Gini) and she immediately identified your mystery bin as Turmeric root.

    Continue to enjoy your holiday!

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  12. No idea about the second vegetable. Gorgeous photos though...

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  13. Lovely colourful photos Margaret - what a beautiful array of vegetables. Wonderful to see flowers in bloom too :) Could the vegetables in the second photo be sweet potatoes? although the colour doesn't look quite right for that vegetable.

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  14. It all looks very fresh! Love the little white flower, it almost looks like it has blood spots on it. Do you know what it is?

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  15. Hi Margaret,
    All the veggies look healthy and not too influenced by fertilizers (a good thing).
    I would taste them all, if I were asked to :)
    No clue on the 2nd vegetable!

    Have a Beautiful Day!
    Peace :)

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  16. Beautiful assortment of vegies images and flowers. Hope you are enjoying your holiday!

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  17. Lots of good images here Margaret, but I dread to think what those strange vegetables are.{:))

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  18. Beautiful photos of nature's bounty! I have no clue what the strange vegetable is. Wishing you a Happy New Year!

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  19. Hi Margaret. Well spotted the colourful fruit and veg display and full marks for equally colourful pictures. I don't know what that second veg is but I'm going to Google it somehow.

    I hope you have a wonderful New Year and a birding full 2015.

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  20. Such colors! Takes me back to fall time. I haven't a clue what that is in the second shot. It is very interesting, though!

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  21. Looks like a root vegetable, some exotic potato. The flowers are gorgeous!

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