Spring Garden

spring garden

Alpine strawberries, mondo grass and succulents

The most serious gardening I do would seem very strange to the onlooker, for it involves hours of walking round in circles, apparently doing nothing.       

Helen Dillon

I’ve had the best time wandering around in my garden astonished by its progress. What’s happening in yours?

spring dahlias

Dahlias coming up

spring garden

Early Girl tomatoes and chives

spring garden

Clematis

spring garden

Lettuce, carrots and purple jalapeños

spring garden

Eggplant

spring garden

Italian squash

spring garden

Making a teepee for the girls with runner beans

spring garden

Runner beans

spring garden

Raspberries

spring garden

Sweet 100's

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Spring Garden”

wow, impressive and happy to see clematis growing in Cali, I have lots, thought they were a cold climate plant. Also, you should eat those squash flowers, my grand kids favorite thing every year. You can clean carefully and put in paper towels to save til you get a few more. One on the reasons I grow lots of squashy things, pumpkin make the biggest flowers. Learned from my Italian mother in law.

Helen,

I love squash blossoms, too! My girls will tear them into pieces and sprinkle them over our pizza. So special.

Cheers!
Val

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