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Sunday, August 3, 2014

August Tour 2014

Front Garden

Forest


Back Garden




Side Garden

Vegetable Garden

Patio

Alley

14 comments:

  1. All looking good. When did you cut back the forest from the pavement?

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    1. You can read all about it here: http://gardenonsherlockstreet.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-street-end-of-forest.html#comment-form

      Sigh.

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  2. August is wearing quite a bit of green there on Sherlock Street!
    I saw the Juniper "remodel". I'll be watching to see how if fills in. It's always difficult to do the radical trimming that becomes necessary, I think...

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  3. Quite a change in that forest indeed!

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  4. GonSS, your pictures of all your gardens, as usual, are magnificent. It certainly shows that you love your gardens. Much time has to be spent grooming them to always look so nice. My gardens have become a terrible weed eye sore that will need a lot of attention in the next couple weeks. The summer garden is starting to show ever so slightly signs of winding down. I am getting a few green peppers but the tomatoes even though ripe are not very good. They have big hard cores and taste bad. I still think it's from a whiff of weed spray at the beginning of July because the plants have been real scraggly since then and blooming just quit after only a few blossoms. I hope your gardens continue to give you great joy.

    Have a great garden touring day.

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  5. I just stumbled upon your blog a week ago. It's a joy to read. You've been at it quite awhile so I have catching up to do. Thanks for writing this.

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  6. Wow, your forest got a hair cut. I'm glad to see you do have goodies growing in your different areas.

    Are you getting any rain?

    Enjoy your week ~ FlowerLady

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    1. Yes, we had to cut the trees. The whole story is here: http://gardenonsherlockstreet.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-street-end-of-forest.html#comment-form

      Been dry a spell. Hopefully some rain later this week.

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  7. Looks great. I like your teepee trellises. Did you make those yourself?

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    1. The teepee trellises really add something to that section. My wonderful hubby made them for me. Here's the post on how he made them: http://gardenonsherlockstreet.blogspot.com/2011/04/teepee-trellises.html

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  8. Everything looks so neat. I like those teepees. I did that once with tomato plants growing up. My little grandsons used to hide in amongst the tomatoes.
    Balisha

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  9. Your veggies look REALLY good!! Keep up the great work!

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  10. Interesting ideas garden. Beautiful decorative details.

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