Sunday, August 15, 2021

How Does Your Garden Grow?

 

Feels like 100. Not as hot as some areas of the country, but very hot for New England.


Sky after an evening shower


Lily, the original peace lily plant now with 3 flowers


Condordia, Lily's daughter with 4 daughters of her own.


Another zucchini plant sprung up over night to join Audrey 2 in the greenhouse


The Little Red Squirrel runs across the top of the trellis


Candy, now called Tiny Bunny enjoys a morning glory leaf that was bigger than she was


Mothra came to visit


The star of the garden


A wall of morning glory blooms


The Little Red Squirrel is the new friend of 


Tiny Bunny


Two of the Midnight Snacking Tomatoes ripe for a salad


Little Red Squirrel enjoying some sunflower seeds


We got to enjoy some baby carrots, cherry tomatoes, and cucumbers.


How does your garden grow?

15 comments:

  1. Your garden is doing SO much better than mine. I finally have little white flowers on my bell peppers, so may get one pepper before the frost. Your zucchini is amazing. Your peace lilies are taking over your home (grin). And you said you didn't have a green thumb!

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    1. Peace lilies are easy to care for so even I can manage. They don't like a lot of water so if you forget to water, the leaves droops. I brought a plant when we visited Himself's niece in her new home.

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  2. WOW! Those tomatoes look AWESOME! Enjoy! :D

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    1. They were yummy, too. Cherry tomatoes are my favorite so I hope he gets more.

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  3. Beautiful! Your tomatoes are super. Ours out here in S. California are baking and burning. Temp. has been 95 - 104 degrees here.
    What kind of tomato?

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    1. That's so sad about your gardens. The tomatoes pictured are called Midnight Snacking Tomato. They start out black and then turn a reddish/black when they ripen. They taste like a cherry tomato. He has other tomato varieties, cherry tomatoes, and some sort of slicing tomato. Maybe a Big Girl, but those tomatoes are still very green.

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  4. It all looks so green and lush, just like here. Don't you love those snacking tomatoes? We have the same variety and they were delicious. The garden is looking fantastic CJ! Enjoy the day! Hugs-Erika

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    1. It's more like a jungle here. I have weeds that are over 10 feet tall!

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  5. I do love your garden photos. You have a great space to provide a variety of treats for your wildlife ;)

    I think we need somebody to host a blogger garden party, kinda like T Tuesday but for gardens :) I nominate you! ;)

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    1. More people post garden photos than used to post drink photos, and T Tuesday has been a roaring success for ages now. Yes, I think people would definitely play :)

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  6. Enjoyed your garden photographs, those tomatoes look good.

    All the best Jan

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