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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

How The Garden Grows


The garden seems to grow by the minute!  We have been blessed with a perfect blend of sunshine and rain.  Been enjoying cucumbers, onions and radishes for a while but the tomatoes seem to be taking their sweet time. I guess they want to shine alone.

Happy gardening.

17 comments:

Saucy Kodz said...

Most planting begins here in June and we haven't had the best weather yet for beginning plants. Seems to be two weeks or so behind, but perhaps we will have a longer summer into the fall - radishes being my fav :)

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Nothing like fresh vegetables!

Sandra said...

YUM YUM YUM... i want that little cucumber, they taste so much better than what i buy in the store. doesnt that tomato know it needs to be matched with the rest of the veggies.

Jen said...

Looks like it's coming along beautifully!

eileeninmd said...

The fresh veggies are so yummy. Your garden is looking good. I am waiting for my tomatoes. Have a happy day and new week ahead!

Arkansas Patti said...

It has been perfect growing weather. However, the only crop I have this year is weeds. Grr.

Sketching with Dogs said...

Those veggies are looking fantastic, hope they are delicious!
Dip and Elliot x

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Darn! I should have planted some veggies...no water or not! Darn!!

Lowcarb team member said...

Gail, you are fortunate to be blessed with a good mix of weather. I do like the sound of your own cucumbers, onions and radishes and I'm sure your tomatoes may be ready soon.

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McGuffy Ann Morris said...

Yum! Sounds wonderful. We didn't get a garden in this year. First time in 28 years.

TexWisGirl said...

good for you!

LindaG said...

Your garden is doing great!
I need to pick your brain about onions, because ours were pretty much a loss this year.
God bless you all. ♥

Sandy said...

Beautiful looking tomatoes and cucumbers........it's getting that time where we all start harvesting delicious vegetables a little at a time until growing season is over.

Karen S. said...

Oh such a cute little thing. I am having a happy gardening time too!

Susan Anderson said...

Nothin' better than home grown tomatoes!

=)

Debbie said...

my garden looks exactly the same!!!!

Susan Kane said...

Just those photos bring back memories of tomatoes on the vine, waiting for the red to show. So awesome.

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