Our wonderful neighbors
made us this sign . . .
it seems like the perfect way to begin
my July garden tour.
So far we have had a few comments on this sign,
but no weed pullers . . .
what's up with that?
The garden is doing quite well.
Something ate our watermelon that was planted here.
So, I replanted this box with pink popcorn
and African daisies.
These are the raspberries that we planted two years ago.
This is where all our jam came from :)
These are blackberries that we planted this year.
They are coming right along :)
This is our other garden.
We have 24 tomato plants planted here,
And 16 pepper plants . . .
I started all of my tomatoes & peppers
from seed this year.
Before I get to the fun stuff,
this is the real estate photo of Steve's shop (two years ago).
This spring Steve put in a green gate
and last week I painted the garage doors green.
Doesn't it look more inviting?
This is the door to the Art Barn.
I am excited to have morning glories
growing up the lamp post by the front porch:)
It will be so pretty once the chicken wire is
Do any of you remember the cowboy boots
that I planted last year ?
As you can see, they are looking good.
Are you still with me . . .
this is a long post.
So, I can certainly understand anyone
getting bored and leaving.
If you are still here, Thank You!
I'm almost done :)
These are our apricot trees.
I'm waiting for them to get ripe . . .
I see more jam in our future :)
I started putting birdhouses out here
between two fence posts.
I built two of them,
And I have room for a couple more.
This is the back . . .
I think that when the roses grow up that fence,
it will be a real pretty sight.
Well, that's it . . .
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