Your photos are so pretty. If you want some loofah seeds let me know.
wow. lovely. And all my stuff is dieing. Lifted the elephant ears, cannas and gladiolis yesterday. Now they are drying out for winter storage!
Ahhh, so very, very lovely...thanks!
Darla, I would love some! Do they require a lot of space?Melissa, lol. We've still been hitting the upper 80s and 90s here. I'm SO READY for some cooler weather!!You're a sweetie Lorie. Thanks. :)ThreeC, I was thinking of you this morning. I bet you've already brought in your plants for the winter.
And ours is dying. Sigh! So sad for us...lovely for you.Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
That's quite a green thumb you have.
I'm sure you could use some leaves for composting. I have a wide variety to choose from and I think I could even throw in some acorns....for free.
The squirrels aren't gonna like that.
Everything is growing well! Beautiful shots!
The vines get quite long...I grew mine up a pine tree and an oak tree, viola! vertical interest, lol. email me your address at rusdar at hotmail dot com
Would it help if I injected the acorns with hot sauce?
Shamy, *snicker* that would be bad.Thanks Erin! I love this time of year in the garden.Kelly, it's so nice to be surrounded by others who love to grow veggies. :)
Where can I get some of those poodle seeds?
Cathy, hehehe. If you can wait a year and a half, I'll give you dibs on the puppies. ;)
I wish my garden grew like your garden! You really are a gifted gardener.
This is the time of year when all around me is gong to sleep and your's is still lovely, that I begin to think you're showing off. :0) I am jealous, although I do love my snow.
Dani, I would love to be in your garden in the morning just to smell the earth and all the beautiful herbs and veggies!
Wow. You and LaDiva make me wish I lived where vegetables could grow like that year round. *sigh*Beautiful pictures. I always love seeing the dogs. :-)
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