In the Garden.

I have been wanting to do this post for quite some time. I enjoy working in the garden so much. The hard part is taking photos and documenting things. Of course keeping the weeds under control is hard too.

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Lettuce that is almost ready to transplant. I love fresh lettuce from the garden.

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Red beets. We like them cooked with butter and salt. J. and E. like them pickled.

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The peas are almost ready. Hopefully we’ll have fresh peas sometime next week.

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The tomatoes are there, just waiting to ripen. I can hardly wait for a fresh tomato sandwich.

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Onions

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And garlic.

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Pumpkin/squash/gourd tepees have been built and strung with twine.

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The blueberry bushes have been covered in netting.

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An old rose left here on the property. Fragrant and beautiful.

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And an update on the orchids. I haven’t killed them….yet. You can read about them here.

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This must be a record for me. As you can see I repotted it. I also moved it to a south-facing window. During the cold months, I was afraid it would be too cold but it was just fine. I only water it when I remember (not very often).  Maybe orchids aren’t so bad. But ranunculus! 🙂

 

4 comments

  1. So beautiful, Carrie. Vegetables are just as pretty as flowers, in my opinion. I’ll need to make one of those teepees for my kiwi vine!

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