I spot some more grapevines...
This vine is just north of me. It is a small, well-kept vine producing very succulent and sweet green grapes in small bunches.
An acquaintance maintains this vine just south of me. An art teacher by trade, she is a skilled gardener, sometimes opening her garden to the public. The vine produces plenty of black grapes.
This well-kept vine is near the local railway station. It must pick up plenty of sunshine and, in some years, produces plenty of black grapes. The vine is well-trained around the top of a wide window.
These horses are passing close to the famous grapevine at Hampton Court Palace.
grapevines in Seymour Road
this vine is well-kept, as can be seen from the photo showing it tidily running round the doorway. Though the leaves are green, the grapes are black.
Seymour Road is just round the corner from me. It is named after a local family, one of whom famously became one of the wives of King Henry the Eighth, whose Hampton Court Palace is nearby. I pass these grapevines on my way to the library. One of them produces small bunches of black grapes.
Talking of Hampton Court Palace - this is the famous grapevine, producing many bunches of black grapes. When I took the photograph, most of the bunches had been picked.
Here we see another view of the working horses at Hampton Court Palace.