Oh I just love your productive garden!!! And I love that you are reading the whip-up mini-quilt book!!! Read it for me!!! It will never be in our library!!! Hope your little guys are feeling better!!!
what is the long green vegetable on the plate with the two tomatoes?
se7en - I am! I am making quilts for the boys beds this fall, and want to also make lap quilts ... we'll see how it goes. ;)Carrie - Green Sausage Tomato!
Gardening in Southeast Georgia has came to an end,looking forward to next year...love your blog.
You've been such an inspiration for me. This spring I'm going to make a serious effort to make the most out of our too-shady yard. My biggest problem will be keeping up with it - I'm not always so great with follow-through in the heat. (:
Lettuce, peppers, and tomatoes... lots and lots of cherry tomatoes!
Your photographs are stunning!
Wow, I am new to gardening, but am loving it so far! Have you ever grown chili peppers before? I have a chili plant and have no idea what to do with the chili's! Any ideas?
Love the raspberries. Sadly raspberry season is over here - I went to our local PYO and there wasn't even one left :(The squashes - I LOVE them but we don't get them over here very often. I tried growing them on my old allotment but some one or thing stole them, so I never got to taste them, are they good? (wistful little old me.)
Denise this is a great post/photos, I may need to borrow this format for some apples we picked.
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