Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Early June Garden Update

We have had an interesting mix of rain, overcast days and full on sunny days, and this is how the garden has responded!


My husband's lilies!

Blackberries.

Blueberries.

Raspberries.

Strawberries.

Potatoes.....

Bush beans.

Pole beans.

Sugar peas.

Lettuce.

Radishes, watch for more recipes!

Chives and blossoms.

How is your garden growing?

Thank you for visiting such a busy backyard, as always we appreciate your time when you visit and your wonderful comments!

this post shared with:
garden tuesday @ sidewalk shoes
tuesday garden party @ an oregon cottage
maple hill hop @ maple hill 101
tuesdays with a twist @ back to basics
simple homestead blog hop @ our simple homestead

12 comments:

  1. Wow! Everything looks fantastic! That lettuce is making my mouth water. Thanks for stopping by The Maple Hill Hop!

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  2. Thanks Daisy, we are having lots of rain interrupted by sun, so the garden is really growing.

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  3. Everything looks beautiful. A healthy garden is a wonderful thing. You have a wonderful space.
    Carole @ Garden Up Green

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    1. Thanks Carole, we really enjoy it. This has been a work of love and with most of the big things done, won't be that much work in the future.

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  4. June is my favorite month in the garden. Everything is still fresh green and full of color. Once July hits in SC my garden starts to look heat stressed. Your garden looks green and lush...beautiful!

    I would love it you shared it on the new Our Simple Homestead Blog Hop!
    http://oursimplelife-sc.com/our-simple-homestead-blog-hop-2/

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    1. Hi Tracey, thank you. Headed that way today.

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  5. Wow, you're garden is really flourishing!

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    1. Thanks Pam, we have had some rain, but not the sun and heat, so it is time to get the drip hoses out.

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  6. Wow, what an amazing garden! Here in Northern Arizona we are just starting to warm up, so I'll have another month before my garden looks like yours. Very impressive!

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    1. Thank you, this is our first year with raised beds. Our area in Washington is cool up to July, it will be interesting to see the difference with the raised beds this year.

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  7. It all looks so good, especially the blueberries (one of my favorites!)! Our weather is straightening out now, and I think my garden will be able to catch up after a cold, wet spring.

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    1. Hello Jerri, this years blueberries are doing well, we did not have many last year. I love blueberry pie, so I guess you know where some of these will find themselves.....

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