I didn’t edit the background on the flower picture. That’s the way it came out! I had this happen once before when I took a picture of a sunflower and the background came out blue. I think it’s so cool. I just wish I knew what I did so I could replicate it whenever I want to. I used the same setting to take all these pictures, so it’s not something I changed on the camera.
I don’t know for sure what kind of flower it is, as my daughter planted a pack of “cutting flowers. This is just one of the bunch.
I love how different the stages of the Hibiscus flowers are.
The other night, the guys brought in all these cucumbers and 2 zucchinis.
And then last night, they brought in all these! I better get busy making pickles and freezing and dehydrating the zucchini.
This is the first year we’ve had haws on the Hawthorne tree. The leaves are dying out on the tree, but the haws are hanging in there. lol
Here are the squash plants with the green beans behind them. There are actually a couple of squash plants that aren’t in the picture. There is another green bean fence behind this one that you can’t tell in the picture.
We haven’t had any yellow squash yet. But they’re coming!
Now that you’ve seen my gardens, what’s in your gardens?
Here are a few websites I found interesting and helpful this week:
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