Beautiful Mary! :)Maria
Hi Mary, Oooo wonderful garden!! I LOVE currents :-D Mine are just ready to pick for jelly. Blessings Linnie
Linnie,I think that is what I will be making with them. [o= Raspberries are juuuuust starting to happen. (((HAPPY DANCE))) I got to pop some in my mouth this morning. Blessings!-Mary
You have such a beautiful garden. Where are the weeds? I seem to do really well growing them in my garden. ha ha
What a lovely green garden you have! Isnt it always so satisfying to see everything coming up so lush and plentiful? Nice to meet you :)
It is growing quickly! And I love the garden mosaic picture.
Beautiful, Mary...just beautiful! Enjoy the bounty :-)Love you,LoriPS: Please, if you have a moment, pray for God to move powerfully regarding an extended family issue, so we would know exactly what He wants us to do. Thank you, dear friend!
Mary,I am VERY good at cropping weeds out of the pictures, lol. [o=Blessings!-Mary
Beautiful photos, Mary! Thanks for sharing!Blessings and ((hugs)),Lisa
Nice pictures. Looks like your garden is growing well. :)JoAnn
Oh Mary...this is truly a wonder land....with our heat, 102 at 6:30 at night...well it sure isn't looking green...nor growing. These pictures are just great....enjoy, the fruit of your labor.
Beautiful pictures, love the currants, wish we had some here! Wanted to let you know I got on Pinterest. If you are still interested, I can invite you, but it asks for an e-mail address. I you want, you can e-mail me at margaretaleblanc(at)hotmail(dot)com.Margaret
Oooh, Mary, yum! I've never had currants. And I must confess--I read through your comments to see if someone said what they were!! :) Currant jam sounds wonderful. Gardening is my favorite thing about summer.Have a bountiful day in the Lord!!Love,Christine
Thanks for sharing photos of your garden's abundance! We're still picking fresh strawberries every morning for breakfast and enjoying green salads for lunch; what a blessing it is to enjoy the fruits of one's labors! Enjoy those raspberries! ~Lisa
I'm impressed! It's all so lush and green. I guess the word "bountiful" best describes it. We're so dry and hot here that this looks like a piece of Eden.And I also liked your post on portion control below. That is my number one issue. It's not the quality of what I eat, it's the quantity.
Wow!! Your gardens are gorgeous! Seeing these photos reminds me I forgot to plant spinach. It's a wonder I haven't missed it sooner. Mmmm, and red currants. Yum!!Blessings!Deborah
By the way dear friend...I did not eat the Shrimp - my family did :0) I ate the chicken.Love you,Maria
Wow! Your garden is magnificent. If I were a toad, I'd pick your garden too! :)Thanks for keeping me in your prayers Mary. I'm paying attention to all of the helpful advice and am putting much of it to use already.Blessings, Debbie
Thank you, each sweet comment brightens my day. Blessings!