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I'm a mother of four grandmother of seven and great grandmother of one. I have many hobbies and interests but gardening and rug hooking are my main interest at the moment. I live with my husband in the house that we built with the help of my brothers and have been married for 49 years.

Friday, July 10, 2015

SUMMER FIRST HARVEST




Fresh from the garden. Clockwise, red onion, spanish onion, anemic basil, sugar peas, parsley, and summer cabbage.

Thanks for following my insane journey.
JB



23 comments:

  1. It looks yummy!! I am so glad you got to harvest something today from your garden. Your cabbage looks nice. I have been on a cabbage kick lately. I can''t get enough. :)
    I hope you have a lovely Friday!

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  2. Wow! So fresh and BEAUTIFUL! Well done, little farmer!

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  3. Oh I love fresh vegetables. I live in the woods so can't even grow tomatoes like before when I lived elsewhere. But went to a local farmer and for lunch had local white corn and fresh garden tomatoes for lunch. OMG, was delicious.

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  4. Yay!!!!! So exciting!!! Especially the cabbage and onions. I killed my onions I think. Sad times. I pulled up my radishes last week and 2 carrots, had a few strawberries and raspberries too!x

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  5. Awesome first harvest!!!! That cabbage looks so juicy. YUM!
    Good for you.

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  6. Yum! Summer salad - cool and refreshing.

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  7. Oh, yum! And sugar peas! My favourite! I can eat those like popcorn! I am sure that is exciting. We didn't get a garden put in this year. Between the rain and Bill's driving, it didn't happen. For the first time in thirty+ years! Enjoy the fruits (and veggies) of your hard work, my friend. You earned it! HUGS!

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  8. Nice. Our tomatoes are turning. We planted late this year because of all the wacky weather, but the produce will be just as good.
    Enjoy.

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  9. Beautiful and it all looks so delicious. Hugs

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  10. Wow! Great harvest of fresh, healthy greens from your own garden. I am keeping my finger cross for my homegrown greens too. The weather is just too hot now.

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  11. Just a tad envious here! :-) I'm happy for your great harvest! xo Nellie

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  12. fresh veggies! So glad you're going to get to munch on
    some of the overflow from your hard work:)
    Hope it's a sweet sort of harvest!
    -Jennifer

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  13. Ahhhh... fresh, crispy and full of nutrients! :-)

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  14. Fun to get that first picking! With all our rain I'm not sure when we'll see our tomatoes and green beans. The peppers are almost ready and the carrots will have the rest of the summer to mature. I'll buy most of my fresh veggies from the Farmer's market the rest of the season. Enjoy those delish pickings!

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  15. Hey Julia...I know why you are outside caring for your gardens and plantings...harvest looks delicious!!! :) There will be time for rug hooking when the outdoors isn't calling to you!!!!
    I always enjoy reading about all your activities...take care...and rest once in awhile! Hugs, Sunnie :)

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  16. Delicious. :-))
    Looking forward to harvesting this week too.
    Carla

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  17. Way to go! Nothing beats fresh from the garden.

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  18. Aaah, fresh vegetables. Reminds me of my late grandfather's vegetable garden.

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  19. Mmm. Can you bring over some for me? ;)

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  20. Hi Julia, nice harvest. It's always fun to harvest fruits and vege from our own garden.

    Best Regards.
    Amelia

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  21. Aren't garden veggies the best? Love them! I have been loving the vegetables from my garden- so fresh. :)
    ~Jess

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