I rarely comment but I visit you quite often. Your cooking and baking blows me away, and I enjoyed the garden tour. Happy Summer!
Beautiful as always!I was rather late putting my potatoes in the ground (and a good thing that was since we had those really late frost nights) so they aren't especially big yet. No fresh potatoes for midsummer from my own patch but they are rather cheap in the grocery store now so I'll buy some for midsummer's eve.Have a great day!Christer.
Everything looks lush and beautiful!!! Hope you are surviving the summer!!!
My Rare One's garden is growing like gangbusters (mainly root veggies) but for some reason the garlic started well but then crapped out. Too much rain for it perhaps.
I am going to try cukes in bags next year!
I envy you for being such great gardener. I cannot wait to start gardening myself. Oh and my parents too have clematis. I miss them.
I cant believe you planted in a bag of soil,lol. Thats just Awesome! Everything looks gorgeous! :}
LUSH and green. BEAUTIFUL.
Joyce-found some info on Tom (Hippo on the Lawn)http://magnonsmeanderings.blogspot.com/2016/06/wonderful-news.htmlthought you'd enjoy.sandy (leighway)
hahaha, love the cucumbers in the soil bagpicked our first zucchini and eggplant yesterday.....and yes, I fried both! DELICIOUS!You have a beautiful garden.
GRIEF, but you are smart! What a great idea and I have a bag of garden soil just sitting out there on the patio..but it's NOW going to get planted! :) Thanks Joyce!
p.s. Everything looks just gorgeous...wish we had a wee bit of the humidity that the East Coast has...
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