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π”π”žπ”ͺπ”žπ”…π”’π”žπ”― 31m
It feels so good to send my mom home with fresh organic veggies from my garden. She drives 4 hours every weekend just to come see me and my son. She has done so much for us. I am eternally grateful for her. It’s not much, but it feels good to give back to her.πŸ’šπŸ₯’
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Donald Dow 6h
Love being able to walk out my door and pick fresh veggies!
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TravelingHair Jul 20
Today’s task? Making/canning tomato soup with all the homegrown produce from the . And this is only half of our tomatoes 😬
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Sunny Bunny 3h
Mini melons! We are getting more and more melons! Now, I need the patience to wait until they are ready to pick! Hurry, hurry, hurry! ;)
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Rizwan 11h
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Josh Padolsky Jul 20
First proper harvest. Scarlett runner beans, yellow beans, columnar beets and an onion and a leek. What should I make?
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thatjeffcarter Jul 17
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Meghann Shropshire 22h
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Enchanted Garden Landscape, Inc. Jul 18
A well-maintained is peaceful to just sit back and look at in your backyard. Create your today:
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Rocky Festa 7h
Royal Catchfly (Silene Regia) blooming in our garden. Indiana native wildflower. I love that red color. @ Bloomington, Indiana
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Stormywriter 5h
My first black tomato. So I can feel goth not only when I am gardening but when I am eating as well. …
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kristen marie Jul 20
Very colorful garden this week!!!! πŸ’πŸŒ·πŸŒΉπŸŒΊπŸŒΈπŸŒ»πŸŒΌ
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The Frugal Gardener Jul 18
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Enticing Decor Shop Jul 13
What is prettier than climbing an ? What a deal when it also has benches to sit in the shade and smell the aroma of roses! Tag a friend who would like this in their ?
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Matt Markowski 23h
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Leslie K. Brown, PhD πŸ“Έ Jul 19
First harvest, already eaten. Kale salad based upon a dish we had in Woodstock, NY = chopped kale, currants, pine nuts, lots of lemon juice, evoo, and shaved parmesan.
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Denver basuel Jul 17
Signs of a bountiful year. Beans, bitter melon, okra and tomatoes. Did anyone say "organic"? @ Berwyn, Illinois
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Jeff Havig Jul 13
Pictures from our Harebells
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Gardenerd 8h
Barry’s Crazy Cherry tomatoes are going gangbusters in the garden! πŸ€—
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Jeff Havig Jul 13
Pictures from our I absolutely love this Campanula...this cultivar is called 'Pink Octopus', and I think for good reason. I think would appreciate this one. πŸ™
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