Growing Every Season

Six Months Ago, we started planting and I began to post a weekly log of how our gardens have grown.   You can read all of the posts Here .  As the season comes to an end, I’m wrapping up that blog and folding it into my Main Blog — the one you’re reading now!  It’s great to compare the beginnings and the ends, so in case you don’t feel up to reading through two dozen blog entries, here’s a couple of Before and After photos.

Journal Entry #24

The Edible garden is winding down and I’m ready to remove the zucchinis, the cucumbers, and a couple of the peppers.  It has sure been a rainy growing season and my allergies have been severe.

The broccoli and green beans will soon have the run of the garden and they’re rising to the occasion.

Garlic Chive and marigolds are competing with the sunflowers for prettiest blooms…

Out in the Peace/Bird Garden, the daisies that I want to move look lousy and I’m ready to move them as soon as possible.  The birds have spent a fair amount of time gnawing on the coneflowers and rudbeckia, so they’re getting pretty scraggly.  Soon enough, though, the mums will be blooming…I hope.


I’ve got a full two days of work that needs to be done in all of the gardens, but it just keeps Raining… The weatherman says it’s going to dry up and cool down and I hope he’s right.  Of course, when I get that done, there will undoubtedly be another couple of days of work and on and on until Jack Frost arrives and this season moves over to make way for the next…

Keep on Growing…



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  1. Pingback: Garden Journal 9/3/2020 – Growing Every Season

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