Time for the next installment of what’s happening in the garden. Many of these photos are from neighborhood gardens that I pass on my walks as well as from the park.
But let’s start with a gallery of my zinnia and morning glory garden which is located on the north side of our house. When I purchased potted plants this spring there was a State Fair zinnia 6 pack and I couldn’t resist. Since we’re not having our fair this year, I thought some State Fair zinnias were just the ticket in honor of the great Minnesota get-together. The morning glories reseed themselves and I guide and arrange them onto our fence.
Next, let’s check in with my vegetable garden. As you can see, it’s quite healthy and it’s producing many tomatoes and cucumbers. And I just plucked our first green pepper the other day. It’s the one in this gallery. We can’t eat everything fast enough. I think I’m going to find a food shelf and see if they’ll take some of our produce. We’ve done that in the past.
This last gallery contains all the fun flowers I come across on my walks through the park and in my neighborhood.
One last photo: uh oh, first sign of autumn! (photo taken 8/3/20)
5 responses to “Mid summer gardening”
Beautiful! Not much else to say…
Toby, you are simply awesome. Well done. Keith
You are so kind! Thanks!!
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