Sunday, 19 April 2009

Baby figs

Villeneuve les Avignon
My photos may be misleading, these baby figs are really tiny still - the leaves speak for it. But as I discover them I can't help but feel a tinge of anticipation in my taste buds. Do you have figs where you live?

Mes photos sont sans doute trompeuses mais ces figues sont encore minuscules, les feuilles le rappellent bien. Mais en les découvrant j'en sens déjà la fondante saveur titiller mes papilles. Les figues, ça pousse chez vous ?

23 comments:

Owen Phillips said...

Ah, I see the late night bloggess has been at it again. Would love to see a long time-lapse series of photos that show these little beauties as they emerge from the end of the branch, and then start swelling... too incredible, and too good once ripe. The only figs we have here in the far north that I know of are the ones in the cookie tin, dried, origin Morocco...

Ben said...

Ours are ready to have. Well. birds are having them mostly.

Misfit in Paradise said...

No figs in Kentucky! Except at the grocery store.

jordaenne said...

chère Nathalie,

Le vert ensoleillé c'est frappant.
Merci pour un autre chef d'oeuvre.

C'est ma couleur préfèrée le vert et c'est surprenant parceque je suis un signe du ciel.

HUGS
belle journée,

Harriet said...

Yes, we have figs in Charleston, South Carolina, but they are not ready yet; perhaps they will be by mid-summer.

Unfortunately my husband's little fig tree is growing very slowly. I don't think it receives enough sun.

Julie said...

As you would know, ours DU are shutting up shop for the fallow. However, I shot new shoots on one in Canberra just last weekend. But no fruit until November ...

I love the possibility that your photo carries with it, Nathalie.

Babooshka said...

This is an optimistic image, a lovely spring image,

jeff34 said...

Huummm !... Bien sûr qu'elles poussent les figues chez moi ! Y mordre à pleines dents quand elles sont bien juteuses... Quel plaisir incomparable ! Tu les préfères comment Nathalie tes figues ?...
Tu m'as laissé un commentaire l'autre jour... au sujet de photos "bidouillées"... J'aurais bien aimé que tu m'en dises ce que tu penses de ma réponse...
Ben oui...! Tes réflexions amènent également à réfléchir, à me faire poser des questions... tout simplement !
Allez Nath ! Très bon dimanche et... pas pour de suite... mais j'ai envie de te dire... bonnes figues ! ! !...

Jilly said...

They 'do' look bigger than they are but I know they are small as mine are the same. I so agree, when I first see those leaves start to appear and the tiny figs sprout, we know of good things to look forward to. Your photos are just delightful.

Michèu Benet said...

Boudiéu aqueli bello figo !
Soun pas secado lèi!

m_m said...

There are no figs in Poland. Beautiful photo!

Sharon said...

I have a fig tree in my back yard and it looks very much like this right now!

Miss_Yves said...

Mais oui, il y a des figues là où je vis, dans la Manche!Il y en a dans mon jardin et dans celui de ma maison au bord de la mer! Elles seront mûres en septembre.

AnneduSud said...

Les mêmes dans notre jardin, promesses de trouver bientôt nos fruits juteux de l'été!

Bleeding Orange said...

Si seulement ça pouvait pousser sur ma terrasse ! J'adore tellement ça !

Kris said...

We do have figs, but you have to look for them I love them, fresh or dried!

richard said...

Yes, we've got them! (In the greengrocers)

Thib said...

I have a fig tree in my garden, giving delicious fruits. But, as I am approx. 600 km north of you (Loire Valley), they're not as as early as yours ;-(

OscottLocal said...

Ha figs... Birmingham, you must be joking i wish, mind you i do have a lemon tree in my bathroom that is putting on a good growth spurt at the moment.

Moura Aveirense said...

Visit Algarve, in Portugal, to eat wonderful figs in the Summer :) and the cakes made with fig, delicious!

Lindab said...

Not without a huge amount of cossetting and preferably a greenhouse, but I've noticed that the gardening catalogues are featuring figs more and more. Perhaps they know more about the warming of Scotland than I do.

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Amy J said...

Sadly fresh figs aren't common in the area of Florida where I live. I had the most amazing figs in my life last October while in France. Have recently spotted a fig tree in my local market, so am trying to find a spot for one. They are truly divine. Lovely photo!

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