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Sunday, October 11, 2020

October Tour 2020

Front Garden 



Forest

Back Garden





Side Garden

Vegetable Garden

Patio

Alley

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6 comments:

  1. Hi, stopping by to wish you a lovely. Autumn. Mildred

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  2. I always like to see the tour of your place. I really like your blue and green chairs. Have a great fall.

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    1. Thanks for visiting! We like our chairs. They do not match because we each needed different sized chairs and we couldn't find a manufacturer that made different sizes that were only a few inches different. So, different chairs (of the same style) was the solution.

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  3. GoSS, Your yards still look really nice. For me the summer has seemed to fly by and now here it is autumn with frosty weather. There's a threat of 3-5 inches of snow here but during this time of the year it usually just turns into a sloppy mess because of the still warm ground temperatures. I still have one garden area to cleanup but most of the garden beds and flower pots have been cleaned and dumped. It's a sad time to have to yard waste all the carefully grown and cared for plants but on the other hand I'm looking forward to three months of rest, planning, and anticipation of the next year.

    Have a great fall. The colors here are awesome this year.

    Nebraska Dave
    Urban Farmer

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    1. Hi David! We've had a nice but dry fall. Picked tomatoes that were starting to turn Friday as a cold front finally ended the veggie season that night. Still have containers of flowers on our patio but we'll see how they do with this front that is bringing the snow you mention. Suppose to get us some too. Need the moisture so much! I know warm days will return and I'll clean up the last of the plants then. I like having the time of rest too as that is time to dream and plan the next go around. Time to focus on holiday plans. Hope you and yours are staying well!!

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