All parts of your garden are looking good. You should be able to enjoy some delicious vegetables soon.
Hello!I see blooming dill in the vegetable garden, I have too.Did you leave? I hope that the trip was successful.Regards :)
We did have a short bicycling trip at the beginning of June. Otherwise, just very busy. Not blogging as much but gardening all I can.
I understand :)
Hello-I was just wondering where you were! Nice to see the tour. The rains must have slowed a bit? Still looks like a great place to be on your patio. Hope summer is going well for you guys. Happy 4th
I always enjoy your tours around the house. I love to grow things and I can see you have the same bug. I have a lot of things growing everywhere and others have two trees in the yard. Some of those kind of people would like to take a chainsaw to all my trees. If they would buy it they could do what they want but for now it is all mine.
Our trees are such a help in protecting our home and shading the back yard. Gotta have trees. We have neighbors with no trees too. Makes us look like an oasis. :-)
It is always good to see one of your tours.Hope you are having a nice holiday ~ FlowerLady
I love seeing your tours each season/month.... Amazing the differences from one season to the next... I can't read the sign in your front yard... Is your home for sale?Hope you had a great 4th.Hugs,Betsy
The sign advertises our town's weekly farmers' market. We don't plan to move, ever! All good here. Hope you are too. Thanks for visiting.
Looks great. I do like your set up. That tree near the patio is nice and I bet provides some extra shade. I can kinda see the vegetation, or lack of, around the block next to the forest. Have you done a post around your block area where you just snap photos of the street etc and compare to your backyard. I know you've shown an aerial view of the block. It's amazing what you've done in your patch.
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