Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
That shady spot where the bench is, looks inviting.
Look at that garden, the squash, THAT ROCK WALL and that last one is magnificent!
nice...love that red flower...and that light streaming in...guess we dont have to ask how your garden grows...smiles.
Vicki, you photos surely do show summer's glow. Beautiful. Please pass me the lemonade?I am always amused to see the prices charged for zucchini blossoms at the farmers market. If only we city folks had just a little garden room ourselves, we could grow these delicacies ourselves!Stay cool. xo
How nice to see your beautiful flowers this gloomy morning where rain clouds threaten.I love squash and your pictures remind me of my father's garden. He grew tons of squash each year and I tried to eat most of them.Love your blog.
The sunbeam shining down near the bench makes me think of magic places.
I love that last flower. Your garden must be so beautiful and peaceful (unless you have to take out the weeds of course…) I’d love to see it as here, we are still like in a rain forest with trees everywhere. Our fig tree is covered though… a lot of jam coming up…
Such lovely and peaceful garden photos! Almost making up for the title - mid-July garden! How can July be mid way!
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