Engleman Ivy?Cheers!Linda :o)
Grapes, I think.
Now that is a good fence! Love it!
Yes a great fence shot.
My affection for visiting wineries lead me to believe this might be something in the grape family.
Love it!I also thought that it may be a grape vine.Whatever type of vine it is, it is beautiful, and makes an awesome fence!!Have a great weekend, and a happy 4th!~K.
Hello Lynne, they do look like grapes. Pretty fence scene and photos. Enjoy your day and happy 4th of July!
I'm pretty sure they're grapes...not yet matured. But the leaves look like grape vine.
Very relaxing spot and pretty too!
Yes it is perfect. Hug B
Hi Lynne - I was thinking some sort of grape vine too. Whatever it is, it's lovely.
no idea, but it sure is pretty and thick! thanks, lynne!
Hi Lynne, what a beautiful fence with the grapevine growing all around. I think these are grapes in the process of growing. My grandpa grew grapes and they start out small and grow larger as they mature. Hope you get to see it again to find out.Looks lush and healthy.Thank you for stopping by.Happy 4th of July!Hugs, cm
I'm going with grape vine, too. Those 'berries' are just tiny little grapes waiting to grow up and become yummy.
Beverly does..I'd have to go back and research her wedding week blogs..I think they are the same things that are on her grape arbor..Send her a pic???Have a fun fourth..
Are they elderberries to be ripen with sun soon?
Being a country person, I would say it is a grape.
YOU are the queen of finding "Good Fences." Those beautiful grape leaves and then the green grapes...just beautiful. Good job, Lynne!
very pretty fence scenes with the ivy.
What a wonderful fence. I thought at first they were grapes but they don't exactly look like grapes so I'm not sure what type of a berry they are.
No idea...I am garden challenged, but it is very cool!
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