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Garden Goodness

Hi! Do I have any gardeners here? One of the most joyous moments of summer for us is going to the garden and witnessing our fruits of labor. I may be bias, but things from the garden tend to taste that much better and of course so much fresher!

Here’s a medley of garden goodness that we’ve harvested so far.

Yummo. For those pesto craving moments.

We made seared salmon salad w/ these greens.

These peas are literally sweeter than sugar! I know, hard to believe.

I’m so looking forward to harvesting raspberries. Then, my husband will make the usual raspberry ice cream that he does each summer.

What’s in your garden? Please share!

‘Til next post, Kellie.

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  1. Hi! Just discovered your blog – love it!! I’ve just harvested some raspberries, and will be sharing my recipe for raspberry curd on my blog!! Yummy!!!

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  2. Cyn

    This is my first year of planting a vegetable garden instead of using containers around the patio. 36 + tomato plants of varying varieties and 2 types of basil and lettuce. We went away on vacation for 10 days and I think I have my own yummy jungle now 😉

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  4. Your garden goodies look great! This year I’ve got quite the container garden going…I have garlic, tomatoes, jalepeno peppers, cilantro, basil, thyme, lemon thyme, fennel, rosemary, lemon verbena, and lavender. A lot of stuff, but so far so good…fingers crossed! 🙂

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  5. bellissimom

    I was just thinking about planting a garden yesterday. Your pictures make me want to get planting right now!

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      • bellissimom

        The baby is growing like a weed but not yet sleeping through the night. He still wakes every two hours to eat. One of these days I will get to sleep again!

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  6. Athena

    I live in an apartment, but this year I did container gardens. I love my herbs, tomatoes and bell peppers. I also have some figs growing on my fig tree that I have in a container. It’s so rewarding eating foods you’ve grown. Your produce looks lovely.

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