But the flowers are so pretty!
To the left of the Chives, is the Echinacea. They are getting big.
To the left of that are some wild strawberries. They have small berries on them!
This is Lamb’s Ear in the Bible Garden.
The Lily of the Valley in the Bible Garden are so pretty. The flowers are starting to fade, and I’m sure they’ll be gone by next week.
I found itty bitty apples on the apple trees by the driveway!
The Iris’s in the a/c garden are blooming! There are two open. I don’t know what kind these are, as we transplanted them here, but these yellow ones smell like lemonade!
The tomato seedlings are getting big. On sunny days, I put them outside on the porch.
This is a Wild Rose Bush behind the house by the clothesline. I always love it when these are blooming. It’s just heavenly to smell them while I”m hanging clothes on the line.
I found buds on the Blackberries!
Hope you enjoyed this weeks tour! Link up below so I can visit you, too!
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Best Planting Dates for Seeds - You put in your zip code, and get the dates for your area.
Medicinal Uses for Horehound
Must Have Herbs – 5 Culinary Herbs to Grow in Your Garden
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