Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Weather and Garden Pictures......

Hope everyone is having a pleasant afternoon. We finally got below the 90 degree temperatures here in Tennessee and it's a huge relief. Our garden was so pretty and productive this year...just thought I would share these pictures.....


"Zucchini"


"Green Bean(just starting)"


"Tomatoes in cages"


"Bell peppers and tomatoes staked"


"Marigold flowers, basil, cantaloupe and pimento"

6 comments:

Sarah Craig said...

Hello, neighbor! I don't think I realized you were so close - I'm up in the Rutherford County corner of Mt. Juliet!! Nice produce....

Ott, A. said...

Thanks so much for stoppin' by for a Latte'. Your jam and salsa looks great and I'm sure you could can some more produce out of this great looking garden of yours. Canning Week will be great, so if you have any questions please let me know.

ponykeg said...

OMG....I'm coming to you for lessons!!! My zucchini NEVER got that big.....but the gopher turtles liked it......

Wildflower Cottage said...

Your zucchini is huge! I don't think I've seen one quite so big.

You certainly have a beautiful garden. :)

~Madame Wildflower

rubyslipperz said...

What an absolutely wonderful garden!!! They are so much work to keep them looking this good. I have to bow to YOU! =)

hugZ,
annie
rubyslipperz106.blogspot.com

Farmgirl Cyn said...

Beautiful garden! We really had to let ours go this season...too much rain in June, then wicked heat in July does not make for a plentiful garden:(
But we are able to fill in from the local farmers mkt., so salsa and canned tomatoes are now on my pantry shelves!