|Blackberries transplanted when we moved.|
|A lone raspberry. We don't have many growing.|
Thank you for reading. I really appreciate your comments.
you are so far ahead of us!!!! Lucky you!ReplyDelete
Wishing you a lovely Midsummer's Eve!!!
Well, I do not have any garden space here at the apartment, and even if I did, I probably would not have the ambition to grow anything! Everything is looking very lovely at your place, and I'm happy for you! All that rain we had earlier seems to have done a good job of making the soil ready for your planting, even though you had to delay it because of the wetness. Have a great day!ReplyDelete
Nellie, No wonder you bake so much...all those berries. Don't forget to tease, er, I mean show us the baked goodies. LOL Hope you are enjoying life. We are still at that walkway. As you know we are going slowly, because of the heat. A big glass of lemonade sounds so good. xoxo,SusieReplyDelete
I don't have a vegetable garden but my papaw did when I was growing up and I used to help him in it all the time :)ReplyDelete
lots of promise on your plants!ReplyDelete
I only have patio plants, no longer have a proper garden, but our season is quite behind you,
i have all of the same growing. i just ate my first blackberries today. i can't wait for everything to ripen!ReplyDelete
No garden, but the grass is growing out of control! Looks like you haven't suffered too much from the rain, everything is looking green and lovely!ReplyDelete
Wow you have a lot just waiting for you - yum yum yum!ReplyDelete
Wish we were closer - wink!
No garden this year, but I'm sure we will have a go at one next year when we are all settled in our new home. : )ReplyDelete
There are a lot of berries at HT but and they are on sticker bushes. Not sure what kind of berries they are.
I'm surprised to see you have tomatoes already!!
Wow, that's quite an assortment of berries.ReplyDelete
I have no berries growing in my gardens and for the first time ever, not even any vegetables either. I bought 4 tiny tomato plants and they are still waiting to be transplanted. My husband has planted some squash for the Church supper and some potatoes. Everything is late this year.
Everything looking lush and green Nellie !ReplyDelete
No tomatoes yet, but I'm waiting :)
I have some pots this year instead. I miss my old garden. It's not the same, but I do enjoy the green around the house. And I love to mow the lawn. Lovely pics, Nellie.ReplyDelete