The Garden in July

 

Despite one of the driest seasons on record, the garden is producing. Though there are lots of crops we don’t have, and a lot of crops that aren’t as big as we’d like, we’re pulling through the summer with lots of zucchini, carrots, beets, tomatoes, cucumber, herbs, onions and garlic. There are some eggplants and peppers starting to shape up, and lots and lots of flowers.

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Glynis MacLeod

Farmer, flower picker, dreamer, thinker, lover of 19th c. Russian literature.

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