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Part of backyard garden
The garden is looking absolutely gorgeous!
I love seeing pictures of the garden. Thanks for taking the time to post the pictures and write the journal.
OK, I’m feeling a little jealous right now…the only thing left alive in my midwestern garden is some wilted Swiss Chard and lettuce in the greenhouse.
Your garden looks beautiful–I always enjoy your pictures!
Everything sure does look great, we are enjoying our fall growing season here in FL, but it never looks that good!
Question for ya, In your backyard picture in the bed on the bottom left, what are you growing as green mulch? It looks like a wonderful green carpet!
wow! Is that basil *still* flourishing in your autumn garden (to picture, left side). No wonder you can enjoy pesto so often.
beautiful, thanks for sharing. 🙂
I am very envious about your fall growing season. Everything looks wonderful. It inspires me to keep up with my fall bed preparations (hand-tilling in leaves) for next year. When I am running errands, I always drive through some of the streets that have large trees to see if there are any bagged leaves at the curb. Folks think I am quite strange loading the back of my little truck with what they consider a nuisance. I am always feel like I have struck a rich vein when I find them already ground up into fine pieces.
I see the square cages. Are you able to grow tomatoes in the winter? And are those cages home-made? If so, I would be interested in knowing how they are assembled. Further, can you add to the height as needed? The reason that I ask is that tall tomato cages can take up quite a bit of space when not in use.
What have you used as an edging in your front garden? It looks like stone. Thanks!