Sunday, June 22, 2014

A Garden Tour

SHARING MY GARDEN CHORES and DOCUMENTING GROWTH AND BLOOMS
I stepped out the back door about 6:30 am and took this from the patio. 
It is raining and still darkish.
Note the Guinea running away on the left. 

some of God's greatest creations
Brown-Eyed Susan Rudbeckia hirta
Rose-Gentian Sabatia campestris

the new roses are blooming

day lilies -  sansevieria - white rose of Sharon - pink oxalis

the non-photogenic cucumber - first straight neck squash

2014 peach crop

cherry tomatoes (first)

bell peppers (first)

this guy has been hiding

another view

bucket of 3 tomatoes - the hiding cucumber - 4 squash - 2 peppers - 5 marigolds

look five marigolds


 about the Garden Palace this week
me toting a little bench to the attic - a make-shift saw horse

painting rafters

closing in the gable ends

beadboard from 1910 for the attic
 

5 comments:

  1. Your veggies and flowers are a feast for the eye. So fresh and bright! You have a beautiful summer ahead with your project. I just also noticed that you have a river/lake..water! at the end of your property. Now that must be a wonderful view from your home and garden palace.

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    1. My river/lake...water is a pond but in Texas we call it a tank. Our property is also bordered on two sides with a creek that seldom has water in it but is a fun place for the grandkids to explore.

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  2. Your energy is boundless as is your creativity....don't know how you do it all!

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  3. Your energy is boundless....as is your creativity. I feel like a slug!

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