summer in the garden

July 5, 2017

Are you enjoying your summer? Or is it winter where you are? Summer is my favorite season. I love the heat and, of course, I love the garden. It’s brimming with life right now. So pretty! Here is a peek at what the good earth is giving me. Cheers!




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  • Reply Tom's Nature-up-close Photography and Mindfulness Blog July 5, 2017 at 8:09 pm

    Excellent garden shots, Angela!

  • Reply Tippysmom July 6, 2017 at 2:05 pm

    Great pictures. My favorite season is Spring. I love the spring wildflowers. I prefer cold to heat, as I tell people you can always put on more clothes to stay warm, but that are only so many that you can take off to stay cool. LOL

    • Reply thewoodlandgardener July 6, 2017 at 6:28 pm

      Haha! Good point. For some reason as the years have gone by, I’ve developed a craving for the heat. To a certain point, though, then I am very glad we have central A/C in the house.

  • Reply Rebel Guy September 18, 2017 at 7:27 pm

    Our peppers have struggled this year. Our tomatoes were stunted from to much rain, in the spring Now it is 90 Degrees in mid Sept. We live in central Ontario. I have new cucumber,Raspberry and a second life on the peppers. I looked at the long range and this week will be the same. We had a bumper crop of tomato last week . Spent all Saturday making salsa. I’m very happy to find like minded people on word press.

    • Reply thewoodlandgardener September 18, 2017 at 8:09 pm

      We were in the same boat all summer, such a cool, rainy summer. Things didn’t do quite so well. Now it’s hot for a bit but too late! I’m hoping the sweet potatoes are doing fine but time will tell, harvest in October. I’m happy to hear your garden got a second life 🙂 WordPress has been such a nice, supportive place in my experience. Some really great people here.

      • Reply Rebel Guy September 18, 2017 at 8:28 pm

        Every year I think I am a pro . Nature every year puts me in my place. Still all winter i will be planning and preparing for spring planting. This year we had record garlic and onion, because of that cool wet spring.

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