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in your garden...

something I have not seen here: shots of what you are growing in your garden!

we plant a garden every year, both vegetable and flower..

I'm sure we aren't the only ones with a garden this year - what's in yours?

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I'll start with tomatoes

this year, we have two different kinds of cherry tomatoes, golden and indigo rose:



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we also have several beds of flowers this year, from marigolds



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to Mexican sunflowers





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QuoteOriginally posted by pepperberry farm Quote
something I have not seen here: shots of what you are growing in your garden!

we plant a garden every year, both vegetable and flower..

I'm sure we aren't the only ones with a garden this year - what's in yours?
I have two gargoyles, a zombie, a mummy and a Godzilla with a mouthful of gnomes! We are growing a deep sense of unease!
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I have two gargoyles, a zombie, a mummy and a Godzilla with a mouthful of gnomes! We are growing a deep sense of unease!
I like it.... but you know what they say - pics or it didn't happen...
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I like it.... but you know what they say - pics or it didn't happen...
OK, its dark now so I am going nowhere near the place with that lot about! In the morning, when they are dormant, I will provide the evidence

One footnote, the zombie is a zombie gnome. It was in the "gifts for boys" section of Tesco (UK supermarket) and was described as suitable for boys of four and over. They must be made of sterner stuff because it scares the Cr*p out a me!

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Have posted all my flower shots I've taken here and there in PF already. And we didn't put in much of a veggie garden this year. But I can probably come up with something.
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Have posted all my flower shots I've taken here and there in PF already. And we didn't put in much of a veggie garden this year. But I can probably come up with something.
Re-post,cross post,recycle!It's what the most prolific members of PF do.Some can post the same set of pics in up to four different threads even if the odd picture is of dubious relevance!

Here's a few of mine from my garden this year(probably already posted elsewhere!)

Passionflower



Hollyhock



Osteospermum



Chives



...and lots of roses





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QuoteOriginally posted by timb64 Quote
Re-post,cross post,recycle!It's what the most prolific members of PF do.Some can post the same set of pics in up to four different threads even if the odd picture is of dubious relevance!
Guilty as charged. Although I always X post to relevant threads. Always. Pretty much.
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We'll start with these two.

Dahlia.



Miniature rose. Didn't plant it but found it buried under some brush and rescued it. That's gotta count for somethin'.

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nice!
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Volunteer Sunflower in the compost pile. Never been watered.
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I like it.... but you know what they say - pics or it didn't happen...
Can't find the mummy, presumably he is off chasing Brendan Fraser. Originally the zombie had bleeding eyes, lovely
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