a few photos of the yard last week   2 comments

Veggies and flowers are growing – so are weeds and crab grass.

One thing I noticed in these photos – they sure do show the sandy gravelly stuff that is everywhere.

And I had to include the deer trimmed sunflowers. Very sad in the little wildflower bed.


wild flower patch 4


l's raised bed

potato blossom

potatoes during

strawberries post season


wild flower patch 6

wild flower patch 7

wild flower patch 8

wild flower patch chewed sunflowers


Posted July 28, 2013 by salpal1 in Uncategorized

2 responses to “a few photos of the yard last week

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  1. You have a regular herb garden don’t you. I smell lots of good food cooking.

    • It’s certainly got lots of odds and ends in it! Right now everything that is ripe is green, so my salads look kind of boring, but they taste good. And I’ll have enough peas and beans to freeze some for next winter.

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