|fabric: Gypsy- Pillow and Maxfield|
I did not process the jam since it will be gone very, very soon! I am also trying to wait patiently for our local farm's apricot crop to be ripe. We make enough of another apricot jam for the year. I will share the entire process soon.
On another note, I am getting closer to finding out what our mystery plant in the backyard is.
I am betting on watermelons. I think there are female and male blossoms with the larger blossoms having a green globe under the flower. Here it is with the flower not opened yet.
I think they may be too round for squash? We will see.
Enjoy the jam. It takes 20 minutes and you have some fresh fruit spread for the week. I will be making my favorite fresh bread, which can be found here, and enjoying that picnic style outside. Yumm!