Thursday, July 4, 2013
Around the Garden
Oh there is just so much happening in the garden these days! Every morning brings something new...a zucchini flower one day, a cucumber flower the next day, snow pea flowers just starting to make a showing and so it goes. Raspberries are ripening, bowls of strawberries are eaten daily, baskets of greens are being brought into the house for smoothies, juices and salads and herbs are being added to our meals for a little extra zing. So much goodness and we are enjoying every little bit of it.
How are things around your garden this week?
Labels: Homesteading, The Garden
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OMG Kim! What is going on in the back of the first picture? What crazy huge leaves are growing?ReplyDelete
I'm jealous of those rasberries!
Haha, those are ferns. We transplanted three ferns from my mother in laws garden a few years ago and look what happened. There is also some yellow arch angel in there. I don't tend it, just let it be, we love it that way :)Delete
I had the same question! Absolutely gorgeous!Delete
very beautiful garden! it looks so peaceful...ReplyDelete
it all looks amazing! Our raspberries,like yours, are just starting to turn. Can't wait!!ReplyDelete
Thanks! We actually enjoyed a few raspberries today...so good.Delete
Bountiful garden! We harvested all of the lettuce because it was done. Same with the spinach. Our garden is a small one but mighty :)ReplyDelete
Small but mighty is good :)Delete
Everything looks gorgeous - our berries are just getting ripe here too!ReplyDelete
I love your herb circle in the middle of those four beds...great design! Isn't this such a great time of year in the garden...so full of hope and anticipation? Love it!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much! And yes, great time of year in the garden, loving every minute of it.Delete
I love seeing pictures of your garden. The garden beds at our new house are all over grown with weeds but we are bit by bit getting them ready... and your garden inspires me:-)ReplyDelete
Awe, thanks Karen. Hope you get those beds growing more than weeds soon :)Delete
Lovely! We picked our first cucumber today and had our first tomato sliced up and into our bellies this evening. Such a wonderful time of the year! :)ReplyDelete
Oh, how lovely. We are just beginning to see signs of cucumbers and have one almost red tomato that will be split three ways in a day or two. Reece was sitting among the yellow beans this afternoon munching away :)Delete