Friends Friday Fun: Show Your Recent Garden Photos

Here’s some shots of our veg bed. They’re a few days old, but you get the general idea.

We hit triple-digit temps on Wednesday and, as mentioned here yesterday, we’ve got the drought with which to contend. Our spring garden is pretty meager, but we try to enjoy it while we can. Long-time readers will notice more herbs this year.

Whatcha got at your place? Share your pics via a trackback to your blog posts, a link, or post ’em over on Facebook or Twitter.



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9 responses to “Friends Friday Fun: Show Your Recent Garden Photos

  1. Are you using the marigolds as bunny deterrent? I’m just curious because we have in past years and it works fairly well… but I usually protect my cukes and beans with it rather than tomatoes. 🙂

  2. poprice

    Bunnies aren’t an issue for us. Marigolds are in part an homage to a passage in “Places Left Unfinished at The Time of Creation,” a non-fiction book by a San Antonio author. =)

    Slightly out of date, but it’s been pouring here and today was the first day that I got anything done in a week or so. Thanks to the rain, there’s weeds as far as the eye can see and I don’t want to take pictures of those!

  4. poprice

    Thanks, Angeline!

  5. Rats!! Missed it. I’ll keep my eyes peeled for next Friday. And what’s that book you mention in your response to the comment above? That’s a great title.

  6. poprice

    Joan – We’ll have to have reports at least once a month, I think. =) But you are more than welcome to post a link here or on our FB page now if you’d like.

    The book is marvelous. Here’s a link:

  7. I missed this post last Friday because I was too busy dodging hail, wind and heavy rain at my home in upstate NY. Sounds like we have the total opposite problem from you. Here’s some pictures of our gardens after a hailstorm.

    • poprice

      The weather has been quite a challenge lately. Hoping all in your family made it through the storms safely, Alana.

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