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Some Garden Pictures (Finally)

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I apologize for how long it’s taken to get some pictures up on the blog. With the weather being so nice it’s hard to rationalize being inside and then there was the lack of power.

I hope you enjoy the pictures and since things are getting greener; hopefully, there be lots more to come.

– Briana 🙂

Greenhouse #4 is up and growing for another year. We have lettuce, swiss chard, corn, cucumbers, watermelons, and gourds planted.

Greenhouse #4 is up and growing for another year.
We have lettuce, swiss chard, corn, cucumbers, watermelons, and gourds planted.

Our watermelons, cucumbers, and gourds are being protected (from the groundhogs) by some nice wire baskets.

Our watermelons, cucumbers, and gourds are being protected (from the groundhogs) by some nice wire baskets.

Greenhouse #2 is also growing! We've planted several varieties of tomatoes, and we have three succession plantings of lettuce.

Greenhouse #2 is also growing! We’ve planted several varieties of tomatoes, and we have three succession plantings of lettuce.

We've planted lots of pollinators for the bees, butterflies, and birds.

We’ve planted lots of pollinators for the bees, butterflies, and birds.

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Pollinators

Nasturtiums

Nasturtiums

Pollinators

Pollinators

Calendula

Calendula

Walking into the community garden is a real treat.

Walking into the community garden is a real treat.

We have many different plants potted all around the garden.

We have many different plants potted all around the garden.

We have lovely hanging baskets; these are some of our geraniums.

We have lovely hanging baskets too.

Our lovely new sitting area.

Our beautiful new sitting area.

With some potted decoration, of course.

With some potted decoration, of course.

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Some Garden Pictures (Finally)

  1. Pingback: The Green Time of Year | Greener Village Community Food Centre

  2. THANKS for sharing these…beautiful!

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