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Sunday, July 19, 2009

The Garden in July


Moonflowers and Morning Glory are climbing the arch, soon it will be covered!


This row of sunflowers was planted late in the spring way after everything else was up, they seemed to grow much faster.


This is the first row of corn and sunflowers we planted, they are getting tired.


Here is a view of the south end of the garden.

Here are the luffa and bottle gourds, thriving in the heat.


We are going to have more pumpkins than we know what to do with.


My daughter scratched some designs into the pumpkin when it was little, now it has a permanent decoration.


We have room for a much bigger garden next year, but we haven't decided if we have the energy for it yet....

2 comments:

  1. It would be so cool to see the whole pasture as a garden, but you'd have to hire a whole team of people just to get it all picked!

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  2. yeah! it would take the whole entire family and friends to harvest and take care of it, sort of like "will work for food." :)

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