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In case you don't have a garden of your own, I wanted to make sure that you received your daily dose of garden porn  wholesome photography. 




You know, in the garden, a dirty hoe is a happy hoe....



Gardens are really the seedy part of town....


Plants grow by inches, but are destroyed by feet....




This plot is sometimes referred to as the Garden of Weedin'. 




Just remember that if you ever come to visit me that.....



all trespassers will be composted. 

Peace Out




Comments

  1. I love this post! You make the garden so fun and "seedy"!

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  2. haha...oh thanks for the laughs this morning!

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  3. Looks great, Michelle! What you you do with kohlrabi?

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  4. Love the humor in this post...Nice

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  5. Wow Michelle, your garden is so far ahead of ours up here in the north.

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  6. Only you can take the so so and make it the exciting stuff.

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  7. I took some pictures in Gilda's flower garden on Sunday. She brought me clippers and said to take as many flowers as I wanted. I sure did.

    I'm wishing summer to sloooow down.

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  8. An awesome post!!! I will remember a few of those Garden lines...Awesome.

    Velva

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  9. Are your plants really that far along? They look great!

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  10. haha very clever :)

    XOXO
    Alexandra Marie

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  11. We use to fill two freezers with peas, beans, corn, tomatoes, peppers and onions along with some meats every year until we moved back to the city after 22 years in the country. Lots of work but sometimes I miss it. Good food.

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  12. love your header and your garden!!!

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  13. Great Veggie Pics! So clever.... I would be guarding those tomatoes with my life! There's nothing like a fresh, ripe tomato! xx

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  14. Jen - I just eat it raw, alone or in salads. I don't even plant a full row, as I am the only one in the house who likes it!

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  15. JoLynne - Yes! These are shots from my own garden. I am waiting for the cantaloupes and tomatoes to ripen.

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  16. Oh boy you've just made me soooo hungry!!!

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  17. Love this and your garden looks great. I don't even have any tomatoes yet. SIGH!!!

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  18. Oh, yes! I love a garden with a sense of humor, especially one that looks this good!:)

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  19. Cute post, everything looks great. I can hardly believe that your corn already has silk! xo

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  20. I am so jealous of your garden produce! Oregon hasn't been very garden friendly so far and we were so busy with our DC trip that we haven't built our raised beds.. wonder if we're too late for this year?
    ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  21. Great post. You garden looks marvelous.

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  22. Trespassers wil be composted. Some gardening friends have a sign to that effect on their from door, clearly visible from their garden. Seems ominous.

    Of course, when one inhabits an apartment in the city, there isn't a garden included in the deal. Sadly. And our balcony has way too much wind to try to grow anything. We discovered that last year.

    Hope your garden continues to grow delightfully. Inch by inch, row by row.

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  23. I love a gardener with a sense of humor!! Cute post...great veggies!!

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  24. You have a great garden, Michelle. Nice series.

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  25. Hoe, hoe, hoe!
    Spoken like a dirty gardener at heart.

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  26. lol a dirty hoe! thanks for the fun post! the only thing i have growing is basil, but i do love me some basil! i just really lagged at getting anything else together :/

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  27. More than one good laugh in this post along with a few wonderful pictures. My compliments for your seedy garden!

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  28. LoL - had me smiling throughout, Michelle ;>)

    Your garden is way ahead of mine - although my weeds are working day and night to catch up !

    Kinda agree with both you and S.A.M. on Queen Anne's Lace - we have it by the acre.

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  29. I LOVE RABARBRA / RUBARB!
    Nice music too.
    Thanks!:)

    Gunn
    Stavanger
    Norway.

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  30. love the seedy part of town...lol...great shots...

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  31. We returned last night from a mini vacation to Southern California. This weekend will be spent doing laundry, making menus and reading the 5 library books that arrived at the same time! :-) Hope you have a good weekend and thanks for the chance to win!

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  32. Incredible photos Michelle. B

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  33. hahahhaaaa....that was GREAT!
    veggies never looked so... tempting!

    cool header too!

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