Garden Blessings






































12 comments:

Maria said...

Everything looks so luscious! Thank you for sharing it...

Katy~The Country Blossom said...

Beautiful!!

Rita said...

Your garden shows what a family can do when they all work together. The garden looks so healthy and neat.

Mrs.Rabe said...

Your garden is looking beautiful! Hope you're having a wonderful trip out in California!

Deanna

Sandy said...

What a beautiful garden!! So many cabbages!! Kraut making soon I presume. Those mini gourds are the cutest things. I've never seen those before. Blessings to all.

Unknown said...

We are in winter here in New Zealand and i felt very inspired when i looked at the pictures you have posted. Today I am planting onion and broad bean seeds in pots to plant out in late Winter/early Spring. Already I have garlic/shallots/celery/brassicas/leeks in the garden. We do not get snow here and down to -6oC with frost.
What are you planning to do with all your cabbages?
Karen Silvester

Busy mum of 3 said...

Inspiring and beautiful :)

Michelle said...

Your garden looks great. I had nice rows in mine. Till I found out that the deer spread seeds every where last year when they got into my garden. So I have a lot of volunteers. I didn't plant corn this year but I have 14 stacks growing. I started with 6 pumpkins that turned into about 15. So I am letting them grow. It may not have nice rows any longer,but it's a full garden. LOL

Amanda Pope said...

What a WONDERFUL garden you have absolutely beautiful!

Anonymous said...

I LOVE the picture of the cabbage. Picture perfect! Thank you for sharing and hope you are all having a blessed day. Staci, Mighty Oaks Farm

Carlton Family Farms said...

Yall's garden is beautiful this year. Ours is nothing, but a weed patch this year. I had a new little baby just a few weeks ago and have not had the energy to do much, the big kidos have been gone to camp and the little one has just been busy with helping me out and loving his baby sister. I would love it if yall could make it back out to Bodcaw Arkansas sometime soon. Hope you have a wonderful summer and many blessings to all of you.

Endah Murniyati said...

great, really inspiring. it's like as my dream. But it's so difficult to realizing that dream in my country Indonesia. My garden is too little. I hope, I can realize my dream, like a homestead blessing, someday.