September 21, 2010

A Visit to My Garden

Mums are in full bloom!
Only one rose...we never have very many, it's too shady where they are.
We still have some cherry tomatoes, as well as regular size.
Pretty and sweet rattlesnake beans, flowering and producing for the second time!
The three big pumpkins we harvested this year...only the biggest remains...I've been baking!

4 comments:

Pioneer Beauty said...

What beautiful pictures of your garnden..Isn't it such a blessing to be able to enjoy the fruits of your Labor...We didn't grow are own Pumpkins but I just bought some baking ones and will be trying to make my first Pumpkin pies from stractch..I will be posting about it...Were actually baking it today..unfortunately my camera battery is dying and I can't find the Charger..this happened a few weeks back..You think I would learn to put it back in it's proper spot..

Hopefully the remaining charge will make..I guess we'll see.. : )

Noellen said...

Wow! That's great that your garden is still producing! We only have carrots left in our garden. Your mums are beautiful too.

Calvintage Jen said...

Pioneer Beauty,
I hope you saw the link to the fresh pumpkin pie recipe on my page...It really makes the best pumpkin pie I have ever made...my family loved it as well as others I shared it with.
http://freshandnewday.blogspot.com/2010/08/back-to-basics.html

Ruth said...

Wow, I am so impressed! I have always wanted to have a garden but so far my thumb is as brown as, well, you know.......dirt. ;-)

Anyway, I love your blog & am a new follower from Welcome Wednesday. Stop by when you get a chance:

http://livingwellspendingless.blogspot.com/

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