Monday, 8 June 2020

Benefits of growing Organic fruits

I consider my self  fortunate to be able to get fresh harvest of many varieties of fruits every year in my garden.While growing your own fruits not only gives us  immense happiness and satisfaction it has numerable health benefits too .


                                                                     Mango harvest
                      

These fresh harvest are much more tastier than store bought fruits and added advantage being they are free from use of pesticides and other harmful chemicals which are detrimental to health.


                                                            Grewia Asiatica Aka Phalsa berries

                                                               


                                                               Pomegranate Harvest




Pentas blooms are refreshing



Meanwhile a Ringneck parrot was captured on  tree                                                                                            








It looked like a stand storm  in the sky                                                                                     






28 comments:

  1. I love mangoes, and I can imagine how tasty homegrown ones can be!

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  2. Oh yes, home grown is the best! Awesome sky.

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  3. Enjoy your fruit harvest, I agree homegrown tastes best!

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  4. Lovely photos. Our climates may be similar. Pomegranates and mangoes thrive in San Diego, California. Thanks for joining us at Harvest Monday.

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  5. Lovely variety. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Beautiful photographs… your harvests look so fresh and attractive. I love the pic of the nasturtiums in particular

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  7. It's always better and more fun to grow your own! Love your photos.

    I am excited to see your corner at 'My Corner of the World' this week! Thanks for linking up.

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  8. Your photos are amazing. Anything grown organically tastes so much better than produce that has been stored and transported for long distances. I'm passionate about growing our own produce, regards Christina

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  9. I can only dream about a mango harvest. Organic growing is great!
    What a lovely parrot :)

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  10. Lucky you to harvest from your garden. The sandstorm photo is stunning.

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  11. Growing own food is tedious but rewarding task. Needs lot of hard work and patience. Keep the fantastic job. The last image is spectacular

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  12. Great photo's. Like them.

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  13. Beautiful orange sky! I like the shot of the parrot.

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  14. These are wonderful photographs.

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  15. Hello, fresh fruits are the best, very healthy! I love the parrot and your beautiful sky!
    Great photos. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Enjoy your day, have a happy weekend.

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  16. Both the fruit and the parrot seem incredibly exotic to me!

    be well... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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  17. Wow, what an impressive, colorful sky !
    .My Sky..

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  18. I've never seen yellow pomegranate before (our tree produces red ones). Love the parrot! Hope your day has been super so far, and thanks for joining us at IRBB.

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  19. Hello. Wonderful photos. Thanks for sharing.

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  20. Was für ein Atem berauschender Himmel!

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  21. How amazing to see the fruits that you have grown. I can only dream of growing a mango.

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  22. Excellent photos Thank you for linking up to #SilentSunday x

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  23. Such lovely and colourful photos x

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  24. I never come across these Phalsa berries here in my region. So interesting.

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  25. Lovely shots.
    Thank you for taking part in the "My Sunday Best" meme.

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  26. Thanks for sharing this useful information,regards.
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