Wordless Wednesday Walk Around

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Master Gardener who enjoys gardening, quilting, photography, and traveling.
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17 Responses to Wordless Wednesday Walk Around

  1. Fabulous, Judy! Got out between the raindrops? 😉

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  2. dorothyadele says:

    I love when the flowers and vegetable emerge after a long winter.

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  3. Debra says:

    So much going on! I love what I think is that foxglove?

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  4. Susan Adcox says:

    Beautiful flowers, but I really envy you the berries. They are so expensive in the stores, and how cool for the grandkids to pick their own.

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  5. The lettuce just looks so fabulous…so green. I don’t see that down here in Florida:(

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  6. Grandma Kc says:

    Seems like just yesterday you were neck high in snow! Amazing how green and beautiful it is now.

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  7. pbmgarden says:

    Everything looks great, but it is your white peony that really caught my eye. Blueberries are something I’ve not tried to grow because I’ve heard the birds get them. They’re one of my favorite fruits though.

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  8. What a contrast to those long winter days that we shared. Surely the most joyful time of the year in the garden?

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  9. Claire asked me the other day why we don’t have foxglove flowers! I was totally shocked as to how she could even know what they are. Everything looks beautiful!

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  10. A treat for the eyes. Thanks

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  11. Joyce says:

    Lovely! One of the few things I am able to grow is peony bushes. They belonged to my mom and we transported them here. They are so showy!

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  12. I do love pictures of flowers. 🙂 As for raspberries, I don’t grow any but I got some at the market this morning and they are so delicious. You might enjoy the pictures I took there, but don’t look if you haven’t eaten. 🙂

    janet

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