Wordless Wednesday – In the garden




About Judy @ NewEnglandGardenAndThread

Master Gardener who enjoys gardening, quilting, photography, and traveling.
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19 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – In the garden

  1. Ogee says:

    Wow! Your garden looks wonderful. 🙂


  2. Joyce says:

    You do everything to perfection. Your veggies and flowers are thriving in a weedless, sun filled bed of gardening skill! How nice to eat things without taking a chance you’re ingesting some noxious chemical!


  3. What a great collection….not long till you can harvest something…..yours is all a bit further along than mine 🙂


  4. Grandma Kc says:

    I sure would love to pick/eat berries with you! Everything does looks so pretty and your hydrangea is so different from mine. You are sure going to have some good eats!


  5. I have always wanted to ask you…do you use these herbs every time you cook? If so, just heavenly.


  6. I think my favorite ( though all lovely ) would be the hydrangea since mine does not bloom till later in the season 🙂


  7. Love them all. The white bleeding heart is great.


  8. You are such an inspiration! Love, love, love your photos and the fabulous food you’re growing. I used to pick wild blueberries and raspberries as a child. I’d give anything to be able to grow them. (Actually, to have them grow WILD in my yard would be better since I’m a rather lazy gardener). 😀


  9. So much going on! Lovely!


  10. Your garden is so lush and productive here in the month of June, oops, July. Not an easy thing as summer grinds on.


  11. Everything looks so healthy! and green~! I would help you eat your raspberries if you like. You know if you have too many?


    • I’d gladly share. 🙂 If you don’t have raspberry and high bush blueberry bushes, I’d highly recommend them. They are really hardly in our cold climate, and the grandkids love just picking them right off the bushes. 🙂


      • I have dreams of a little future berry orchard. I could put them anywhere if they didn’t need to be watered. Right? We just started picking Blackcaps (blackberries)


      • We have high bush blueberries and once they are established are about like perennials – they are tough. You’d probably need plenty of water the first and second years but they should survive on their own after that. Concord grapes are also pretty self sufficient. The birds get our cherries and the chipmunks and squirrels eat the strawberries. 😦


  12. Looks great. We have green tomatoes also. Our raspberry canes were all killed to the ground over winter, so very few berries.


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