So beautiful.Do I detect an air of resentment that the Girlz are on the wrong side of the fence?
Shamy, hehehe, maybe just a little. ;)Now if only I could come up with something to keep Maggie from trying to eat them all the time....
Is Maggie trying to eat the plants for the chickens?
Your garden is like a happy painting by a master artist...so delightful to look at. I think I have a squash from the seeds you sent...it is round and yellow with a long neck. I am not sure that it is ready to eat but I had to pick it as we are having real hard frosts every night. Anyhow, thanks for the garden fun this summer!
Granny, The Girlz. Maggie caught Peanut last week and bout damn near killed her. *sigh*
ThreeC, you are so welcome! Gonna be sending more your way this winter. :)
Hi Dani....Your veggie garden is a feast for the eyes...and I don't mean just the veggies. The design of it is great. And, it looks like it is doing well.
Thank you sweet Susan. :)
Oh, so lovely! You have my spring garden, while my yard is finally dying off so winter can come.Lindahtttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
I just can't get over how beautiful that fenced/paved garden is! Do you have a chair or hammock there so you can enjoy it more now that the temps are falling?
I love the sense of order in your garden, despite the menagerie! That pansy's color is divine! Isn't it nice to be outside without sweat dripping down one's back?!
The stone pathway is so beautiful and that crazy haired chicken. I just LOVE her.
Linda, spring gardens are always so pretty. I like the different lettuces and kales the best.Erin, yep, gotta nice comfy chair out by our pond. Diva, we got to turn the air off and open the windows last weekend!!!!!!WOOOOOHOOOO!!!!!SPP, I could have a whole flock of Silky Chickens!! They are ADORABLE!
Awww. I've, er, bitten off a bit more than I can chew recently. So nice to come here and be refreshed by your lovely garden. I feel all better now :)
Wow !! absolutely gorgeous !! and those sweet chickens - too much !! love from les Gang
Your garden looks like a nice place to spend some serious time in. Really nice. BTW, did miss the boat on planting winter veggies or is there still time?
WickedG, you still have plenty of time to sow some winter veggies. :) My cut off is usually the end of November.
Wow. Your garden is beautiful.
Awesome pictures. Great looking garden. I really like the brick around your raised beds. I really need to do something like that to keep the grass out.JeffTheGardenCloche.com | Your Garden Cloche Resource
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