Congrats on the growing garden! I've only had success with one. It's still too early here to plant, but we may try again.
Woohoo!! You're obviously a natural for this. I was a city girl for most of my life, when I left London to live on a tiny island, we inherited, amongst other things, an acre of mature trees, fruit and veg beds.. and it scared THE HELL out of me!! Eight years down the line, we are other than for meat, we are virtually self-sufficeint in season - and it tastes SOOOOOOOOOOOOO good (grin). Go for it, you are already well on your way.
Every time I come home after a garden tour I start getting new ideas for my own garden. Like your garden. Iflorist.co.uk
May I just say, any tomato not out of a garden will just not fit the bill from now on?! Just wait till you taste it. The lettuce and spinach look fab, too, but trust me, the tomato out of the garden is the absolute BEST! I tired to grow them up here on the mountain last summer--- NO LUCK! I always did well in the valley. I am going to have to figure out what went wrong as I love those homegrown red things!
Congrats on your new grand-baby, he's gorgeous!And so is your garden! It'll be months before I get a tomato or any lettuce! It looks like snow here today! But I wont feel so bad in August when you're sweltering lol!
Your garden looks great...way to go!
I do love gardening.Not only do I have a green thumb, but the greenness has spread to my eight fingers and other thumb as well.These are good pictures that make me jealous of your bounty because I've just planted my veggies. Be well. Mind. Body. And Soul.
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