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My account is fixed. It's time to link up my weekly garden pictures...
Another batch of golden concord grapes. This time I made grape jam.
What's missing in the picture above??? Corn stalks. Our 40+ degree nights lately have killed them off so I removed them
They're now looking pretty on the posts along my house.
My hubby told me we needed some harvest themed decor outside so I surprised him.
This was my view last evening as I could hear thunder off in the distance, but no rain for us...
This is a volunteer from last season...
A beefstseak tomato blossom catches some shade.
Texas Terragon blossoms.
This is my hen Java. She's a new layer. She lays large green eggs. I am finding that my Easter Eggers are fantastic foragers. Java is the best forager. She's always lurking among tomato vines, cucumbers, pumpkins or grapes searching for tasty bugs to snatch.
This blossom comes from an heirloom cucumber vine crawling across the hoops.
Cinnamon basil. Pretty.
Hollyhocks. I have so many of them. My bees love them though they'e just about all spent now.
I am letting a few carrots go to seed. This is a nantes scarlet.
This lovely can be found in my honeybee garden.
This is a shockwave rose...
Sweet peas are my favorite. I did not plant any this year because of my bees and honey production. This is a volunteer. They're poisonous to humans... I did not want to chance any getting into my honey
small potted pink Dahlias
I picked up a few new dahlias to add to my pots to freshen them one more time...
I love pansies too
These are my giant mammoth sunflowers. Planted late June. They're in full bloom right now for the bees...
Here's a tiny fairytale pumpkin. One of the few to escape my hens notice. They pick off all the buds, but if one makes it to a few inches in girth they leave them alone.
Sunflowers sure are pretty and they seem to bloom longer than most showy flowers. I'll plant more next year.
The sky was so blue beyond those clouds yesterday.
My tiny mini chickens...
The Salmon Faverolles. They're the funniest hens to watch.
The girls say Hello and thanks for stopping by. Please don't forget to link up and share what you've been up to this week too. Thanks!
Heidi & the Farm