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Tuesday, July 2, 2013

July Tour 2013

Front Garden

Forest


Back Garden





Side Garden

Vegetable Garden

Patio

Alley

10 comments:

  1. I always enjoy seeing all the views of your property. It looks like things are getting bigger and buds and blooms are just around the corner. I like the flowers that are blooming. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Things are looking good--if not a bit dry. Hope you guys can get some consistent moisture. Have you had the terrible heat? We were only 67 yesterday. It's NOT helping with the garden this year.......

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  3. It's looking good! I like that veggie garden outline!

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  4. Everything looks so good and I love those galvanized containers you've used. I'm always looking to use more in our gardens. Hope you have a wonderful 4th.

    Sandy

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  5. ....my, how your "forest" has grown! It looks dry there. Like summer. Here it's been quite cool - and rainy. EVERY day it rains.

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  6. Hi.
    I really appreciate seeing your yard through all the seasons. It changes so much from one to another. Tell me, what is growing in the tall galvanized containers?Keeping your containers close together is a secret I learned a couple of years ago. Saves on dragging the hose.
    Have a nice weekend.
    Balisha

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    1. I have rose moss and asparagus fern in the trash cans this year. Hope to post a container update soon. I love that I can leave the galvanized containers out all year.

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  7. If we allowed your "Forrest" to be so close to the house, Squirrels and Raccoons would try to take up in our attic! Be on the look out as they can be some very destructive critters...

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    1. We have metal siding, metal eaves and will have a metal roof the next time we replace it. A friend had squirrels do what you've discovered. Yikes!

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  8. It's always interesting to see your gardens through the seasons and years. This month looks dry. I do hope you get some much needed moisture in your gardens.

    Have a nice 4th ~ FlowerLady

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