I cannot tell you how jealous I am. I always dreamt of garden and a little veggie patch and maybe an orchard- we had all of those where I grew up. I have a nagging suspicion I have married the wrong guy, mine does not share any interest in my green habits and I cannot do it alone.;((( I'll enjoy yours through pics instead.
Thanks Slastena! We also have the summers off together, so it makes it easier!
Love your blog, adore your garden. It is perfectly wonderful.E.
Thank you mystery person!
Your gardens are beautiful! Love the natural garden stakes too!
Thanks. It is fun, and we have the time in the summer.
Wow you have been busy but everything looks so nice. I'm crazy for garlic. Love it. Happy gardening.
We have been busy...I was hoping to clean but so far no time!!!!! Thanks.
Hi there.Thanks for the comment, will post a link on my blog if Lizzy creates a baking website, will tell her she has a fan!Great blog here, thanks for the info concering tomtoes love the tomato cage from nature.Cool idea.
Thanks! You are too sweet!
I'm so impressed with your tomato architecture! It's too beautiful to be called a cage! Wait until I show my husband! He's always trying to design a better tomato support!!! I also LOVE how you've incorporated other natural elements too!Have a wonderful day!
We are always trying to build a better tomato cage too! Thanks for the compliments!
OhMy!!!! I adore your vine tomato support... love! My raised beds were just made last week and the whole garden is under construction and planting is still a bit away, but now I want to go find "vines"!!happy summer week!joanp.s. yes, you will love this trick for low ceilings in your antique home!!
Raised beds have saved us so much time. We go against the norm and pack in the plants...and so far we have had great luck! Look in the woods for vines :)Thanks for the ceiling paint tips!
Holy Smokes that is incredible! Love,Bobby
Glad you are back...look forward to a post!
Thanks for chatting!