July is kind of a funny month in the garden. It’s in-between in terms of blooming and beauty but it’s so hard at work!
I love watching things grow and change at this time of year.
Our potatoes are flowering! I didn’t know that potato flowers were this pretty.
I have to apologize for the less than clear shot, my camera focus has a mind of its own and this is what it was doing for potatoes this morning.
The Black-eyed Susan are ready to pop!
This is Scarlet Runner Bean climbing on the trellis. It’s ornamental and so pretty.
If you live locally give me a shout if you’d like some seeds for next year.
We have peppers! There are lots of buds… I hope they make it! I’d better reign that cucumber vine in if I want that to happen.
The dill is ready for pickles.
Here come some Kentucky Pole beans that I planted as the peas were winding down.
I hope they make the little leap over to the fence/trellis and start climbing.
This Rosemary plant wintered over. We covered it with a bucket on the coldest days. I usually pot Rosemary up in November and bring it in. It makes it until the middle of January, then I forget to water it just once and it dies immediately. I had the great pleasure of hearing Adelma Simms speak about herb gardening at Caprilands many years ago. I still remember her saying “a dry rosemary is a dead rosemary”. I find that to be true almost every winter.
In the coop, the younger side of the chicken flock is still favoring the corner.
They do come forward to eat and drink and their all interacting a little bit more every day. It just takes time.
The tomatoes look happy!
Balloon flower is blooming… such a fun plant!
Kids really enjoy it.
The Liatris bulbs that I planted in June popped up.
They went in kind of late but I think we’ll see some blooms.
As I looked through these photos I saw one common denominator… can you guess what it was? Here’s a hint, there’s some weeding to do 🙂
Thanks for stopping in! Have a great weekend!