Our back garden is growing like crazy and we are definitely enjoying eating from it. Here are a few photos of our plants that we are so proud of.
Kale is my current favourite thing that we are growing. It is so delicious.
We have so many tomato plants growing but these little grape tomatoes are my favourite. Also, most of the other tomatoes aren't ready yet.
Our broccoli looks really blue, it's not just the photo. I think it's ready to be picked and eaten but I need to do some checking online/in a book just to be sure. I don't want to ruin our broccoli!
We have a ton of grapes and the vines are kind of going crazy all over the place. Next year we want to build something out of wood that will cover our sitting area and let the grapes grow on that.
We absolutely have more things growing in the garden but that's just a little sample platter of our fruits and veggies.
Have a great Saturday everyone!
Gosh they all look amazingly delicious. It's really making me crave having a garden, one of the down sides of living in a city centre apartment!ReplyDelete
Wow! They look amazing. I am so jealous. I want a garden really bad, but I don't have the time for it! :( I have a little herb & some flowers; which makes me happy.ReplyDelete
Everything looks so yummy, Elycia!ReplyDelete
And, those grapes look very good. Are grapes difficult to grow?
They don't seem to be! The grapes were here when we moved in so it is an established plant. It has been here for a really long time actually! We just trimmed them back in the early spring and then left them alone. They are doing really great and there are lots of grapes.Delete
legit. i NEED a garden. errr.. a yard would be nice first.ReplyDelete
Wowzers, fantastic stuff!ReplyDelete
Wow, these all look so good, I wish I was having as much success with the vegetables in my garden :(ReplyDelete
That broccoli is amazing! Wow!ReplyDelete
wow total green thumb! your vegetables are doing amazing!ReplyDelete
I love seeing all the gardens people have out here! Definitely one of the perks of living in Vineland! I just have a couple pear trees and my herbs, but I hope to do more next year.ReplyDelete
Mmmmm I love kale!! Everything looks delicious~*ReplyDelete
Your garden looks amazing! The one bad thing about living in a warehouse loft is not being able to plant a garden. We tried some indoor tomato and pepper plants this year, but we just don't get enough sun from our north facing window. We want to build an indoor greenhouse. Soon, I hope!ReplyDelete
An indoor greenhouse would be amazing. We really want to do something like that to have fresh produce all year.Delete
so jealous of your garden, so beautifulReplyDelete
word of warning about the broccoli... don't wait to cut it hoping it will get bigger....I waited for it to get bigger and then it flowered and i couldn't eat it :( months of tending after it in the Australian heat gone to waste!ReplyDelete
Thank you for the warning! I immediately googled some broccoli info and kept a close eye on it. I harvested the two heads yesterday and it is really yummy!Delete
Looks like your garden is growing really well! I just don't have a green thumb - I always kill my plants. :-P Glad yours are doing better!ReplyDelete
Wow, you really have a lot of different stuff in your garden, all looks so delicious and pretty!ReplyDelete
Yummy! Your grapes look delicious! I love seeing pictures of peoples gardens... *total garden stalker* hehe! :)ReplyDelete
Your photos are so beautiful! Your garden looks amazing! I can't wait to try one of your pears! Sadly, mine was a total flop this year :( Oh well, there's always next year...ReplyDelete
Nice kale! Kale chips are, by far, one of my favorite veggie snacks :)ReplyDelete
I really need to make some of those! We don't have a working oven but I've been wondering if the toaster oven would do the trick!Delete
I'm jealous of all your home grown fruits and veggies! I can't wait to have a yard to have a garden someday. Your pears look beautiful!ReplyDelete
This just made me so hungry haha. Glad to see your garden is bountiful! So great to be able to pick what you eat.ReplyDelete