Friday, June 12, 2015

How Does Her Garden Grow?


Daughter  has started harvesting some of the rewards of her  garden.
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A variety of tomatoes.
A handful of cherry tomatoes ready for a salad, or a snack.
 Add some squash to saute or pickle.
Of course some herbs.
The mint that went wild (pic on the left) is now knee high. Third crop of sage
and second of basil.
Add some pretty flowers in the mix.
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Linking up with:  "Mosaic Monday"
                             "Outdoors Wednesday"
                             "Share Your Cup Thursday"
Dab of This and That
 

12 comments:

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

They could eat for a week directly from their garden. Pretty blooms!!

eileeninmd said...

Harvest time is wonderful, I love cherry tomatoes. And the flowers are beautiful. Lovely post! Have a happy day and week ahead!

handmade by amalia said...

I'm sure daughter is not a Mary Mary quite contrary, though :-)
Amalia
xo

Snap said...

What a wonderful garden your daughter has! Happy Monday!

Gayle said...

Oh my, our tomato plants just went in the ground.
Great photos.

Donna said...

How wonderful to see a harvest already and taste the fruits of our labors.

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

There's nothing more gratifying than a colourful harvest from garden to table. I'm going to be in big trouble soon because I put 3 zucchini plants in a 12" pot instead of one...wanted to see what will happen. :-)
Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday Glenda.

bj said...

ummm fresh tomatoes right off the vine are hard to beat...
and the flowers...so pretty.

Sarah said...

Your flowers are so vibrant. Just gorgeous!

Light and Voices said...

I love that peek-a-boo morning glory!
JM, IL

Have a Daily said...

Wonderful! Love this time of year and I can't wait until I pick my first tomato! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
hugs,
Jann

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

I love when everything starts blooming and growing. No tomatoes here yet but my basil and cilantro are quite large. We have had a lot of rain so everything is overgrown!