Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Garden on the Grow!

The garden is in..

Our grandson helped plant the garden

Now we get to watch it coming up!
Peas are sprouting...
The Saskatoon bushes are in bloom...
The apple trees have blossoms...
Strawberry plants are blooming...
Perennials are showing their colours...
I have planted most of my annuals....

Every things seems to have survived our couple nights of frost....
so now let the heat come??!!


13 comments:

  1. Since I grew up on a farm, I love this time of year and the smell of damp earth. May your garden produce more than ever before.

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  2. We planted 300 strawberry plants and I can't wait until I can pick from my own strawberry patch. We had a day of warm weather now it's cooler which I like better this time of year.

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  3. I'm so glad your garden survived the frost. Good luck with everything, it looks lovely and how nice to get such good help.

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  4. If only I could send you some heat from here!!

    Your garden is wondeful.

    sandie

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  5. I would LOVE to have your strawberry plants! Your whole garden is wonderful!! Texas is already HOT! Frosts here are in the distant past!

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  6. awwww what cute little garden!!! the pea sprouts look cute i cant wait for the strawberries and raspberries to be ready yummy yum yum

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  7. It's always nice to have extra help in the garden -- especially when it's one of the grandkids.

    Love your blooming plants. Very pretty!

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  8. W Polsce na początku maja też były przymrozki i szkód narobiły. Dobrze, ze szkody Was ominęły. Wszystko jest ok. Pozdrawiam

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  9. What a wonderful thing to share as a family and of course the best is yet to come...

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  10. would love to ship some heat your way....lol..thanks for always leaving sweet comments...

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  11. That's so cute your grandson helped you plant, now he's going to get to watch it all grow and who knows maybe even help with the weeding. I think that it's fantastic for children to realize the work involved in growing food, I think that they gain a new appreciation when they see how it is grown and it just doesn't come off the shelves.

    Your shrubs, trees and flowers are all looking wonderful, I hope something is poking out of the ground at the farm and HE remembered to water! Today sure is a beautiful day, lets hope we get plenty more just like this!

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  12. Yay!!! You guys deserve some good weather finally!! Love these photos!! I love your garden! xo

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