May A Zillion Buds Bloom!


My Indian blackberry tree is filled with a zillion buds. Now that most of the yellow leaves have fallen and have been replaced with the most refreshing green ones, it’s a joy to see this kind of green that you see only in this season. Although the tree stays green throughout the year, the leaves take on a dull green hue later on. The fruit ripens in June, around the same time as another revered fruit of summer, the mango.

Standing on the western part of our plot, every afternoon it’s burnished with a touch of gold.

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About Kanak Hagjer

Hello from north-east India! I love to blog about all things floral and foliar and sharing the beauty of my region is what I am most passionate about!
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13 Responses to May A Zillion Buds Bloom!

  1. ladyfi says:

    Love that mango moon in the last shot. And so many luscious buds!

  2. islandgal246 says:

    Hello Kanak, is that Indian Blackberry also known as Jamoon?

  3. Leovi says:

    I like those pretty pictures of your mulberry tree, beautiful photos.

  4. indranighose says:

    Jamuns… I love them! 🙂

  5. Marie says:

    Lovely photos! What a wonderful tree! I bet the fruits are delicious!

  6. Mama Zen says:

    That second shot is so pretty!

  7. Carver says:

    That’s a beautiful tree. Fun to see it bursting into bloom.

  8. Ginny says:

    Lush abundance!!!

  9. lotusleaf says:

    Beautiful shots! I am glad you put them up. The leaves are such a beautiful green now.

  10. andrea says:

    How do you call it in your language? It looks like our ‘duhat’ or Syzygium cumini, maybe my spelling is wrong though.

  11. I wish you many many blooms!!!!

  12. Anita says:

    I didn’t realise that Jamuns were Indian black berries. What a lovely tree you have. Will be waiting to see the fruit ripen.

  13. Sujata says:

    Jamuns and mangoes..just love the thought! Great capture of the sun.

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