Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Pomegranates in September '08

Here's a favorite tablecloth with pomegranates from my garden last Fall. Shamrock and Yellow Post 86 Fiesta, with Cityscape flatware and contemporary glassware, napkins, and napkin rings from Home Goods.


Punica granatum
Pomegranate, Granate Apple
'Wonderful' is the cultivar
Immature fruit in late Spring and early Summer, below.


  1. Oh, my tablecloth! ;-) - thanks for sharing!

  2. Silly Rebecca, she just thinks it's her tablecloth. I keep it locked in the safe most of the time! LOL

    Thanks for stopping by!


  3. It's a little bit after the fact, but I do believe I called dibs on this tablecloth before my same name dish sister. LOL.

    Tori brought home a bag of pomegranates from the market the other day, Candy, but I truly do wish I could just go pick them the way you do. Although I have a friend who has some growing outdoors here, I haven't had any successfully overwinter. Now I am toying with the idea of a couple in containers. My citrus, bay and cinnamon are doing well that way, so it seems like pomegranates should as well.

    Today on my blog I posted a tablescape with the celadon/grey colourway of this tablecloth. Thanks so much for the inspiration. I really appreciate it.

  4. Your tablescape is lovely Becky, love that chrome!



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