Gardening Chronicles ::: These guys have wrecked so much havoc #inthegarden
. 😌 If there’s one thing I won’t miss about the end of the rainy season it’s this.
First day of Autumn and the squashes have gone mad! They have slowly been growing in these weird and wonderful shapes all Summer and yes, they really are that insipid colour - I know they come In all shapes and sizes but I wanted a brightly coloured one! #HomeGrown #Squash #Gardener
If you’re in St. Louis, drop everything immediately and go outside! 🌾🌼✨
This is a Classic 6x8 in the garden of one of our valued customers. Brenda came along to the Harrogate flower show one year with no intension what so ever of buying a greenhouse. She saw our display at the show and landed up buying this ex-show model. Brenda has not looked back since and is throughly enjoying her new addition. She over winters tender perennials and in summer grows an abundance of tomatoes and cucumbers. #mygabrielash
My backyard garden is turning into a jungle... Not complaining because I really love all the greens...
Kentucky Wonder beans growing up a stalk of corn. 2 of the 3 sisters working together harmoniously.
The ladies are enjoying the last rays of sunshine, autumn rain is already around the corner.
9.23.18 - the yellow in the middle of the ghost plant is 😍😍😍..feels like these pictures don't do it justice!#graptopetalumparaguayense
Someone forgot to tell my garden that the tomatoes are supposed to turn red in late August. Or that fall started last week. This was just yesterday’s harvest and it’s all still going! #urbangarden #homegrown
My first Piper! Love the corrugated texture of the leaves. Got this from @love_garden2013.
Great prices and excellent customer service!
🍅 A Family Portrait of the Unique and Well-endowed 👨👩👧 ❤💛💚
💭 1 interesting finding was made this season:
The unconventionally colored carrots (purple,yellow and white) were all covered with thin roots that looked like a fur.
AND they grew bigger than the normal orange ones which did not grow the fur.
Now our conclusion was, that these are the older sorts and that they reacted better to the drought in june/july.
I think that could be a nice argument against mono cultures... Would you agree?
Happy Fall Ya’all - what’s on your garden agenda for today?
We are hosting a wedding in November - so it’s a prep day for @calicameraguy
and I to get the garden ready for the big day.
Enjoy your Sunday!
Shiso pretty 😊 Green shiso, also known as perilla, is an Asian culinary herb in the mint family. It’s a little spicy with hints of cinnamon - if you’ve used it, tell us how!