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Sunday, July 3, 2011

Yard Pics and Comments

Sometimes big is not better. . .





  

But sometimes, it would be. . .

  

I like black better than red. . .

 

I've never had the problem of being too tall for my surroundings. . .


 

But, I am not perfect. . .

 

So why should I expect perfection from my plants

 


11 comments:

  1. Ha, ha; looks like a little dragon.
    Are those veggies from your garden?
    We're at 101.5* here this afternoon and very dry.

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  2. Yes they are from my garden. I guess my dry ground was a little too hard for the poor little carrot. It was good, though. I don't think we will be able to eat the watermelons any too soon and my lettuce has gotten a little out of control. I am anxiously awaiting for the berries to ripen and my very tall tiger lilies to bloom.

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  3. Great to visit you this afternoon. I enjoyed your writing and pictures as always.
    Wow I have never seen so much lettuce. Makes mine look small. lol
    Hope your having a great weekend
    Maggie

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  4. Oh no Janet! That poor little carrot! Are they all like that? I should post pictures of our garden so you can get a good laugh at it too! Our squash plant is huge with no blooms. Weeds have overtaken the tomatoes, peppers and I don't know where the cabbage is now. Corn is missing too. Not a good year, AGAIN, for a garden around here! Good thing I don't rely on our garden to feed us! lol

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  5. I enjoyed the tour of your garden. My rabbits loves it when my lettuce gets out of hand!! Or when the carrots are a bit misshaped.

    Keep sharing and I will keep reading.

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  6. Happy 4th of July, Janet! I loved the photos! I love blackberries best,too! Imperfections are what make us and others and even vegetables more interesting and many times more lovable (I hope!).

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  7. Cute post!
    My lettuce is growing very slowly. I haven't grown lettuce in years, and then only once. So I don't know what's wrong with it.
    Aren't we all a little imperfect?
    Happy Independence Day!

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  8. Love your lettuce patch. Mine is too big and bitter now, but I have left it because its so pretty growing. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. That carrot must've hit a big rock.

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  10. What a sense of humor! We had some funny-looking carrots too, and many that had gotten eaten by the wireworms. This is sure a buggy year. Your lily looks like it will be beautiful!

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