13
Jun
07

How Does the Garden Grow?

All four raised beds are completed (minus trellis on two) and planted.

1. Thyme, 2. Sweet Basil or Slug Buffet, 3. Greek Oregano, 4. Curry, 5. French Tarragon, 6. Marjoram, 7. Cilantro/Coriander, 8. Sage, 9. Lavender, 10. Spearmint, 11. Chives, 12. Raspberry, 13. Raspberry, 14. Ichiban Eggplant, 15. Butternut Squash, 16. Zuchinni, 17. Cucumbers, 18. Red Cabbage, 19. Volunteer Ghost Pumpkins, 20. First Tomatoe, 21. First Pepper, 22. French Breakfast Radishes and Mesclun Mix, 23. Bush Green Beans and Sugar Snaps, 24. Beets, 25. Corn, 26. Potatoe Grave, 27. Lilium ‘Naomi’ Asiatic Lily, 28. Lychnis haageana ‘Molten Lava’, 29. Salvia nemorosa ‘Caradonna’, 30. Coreopsis grandiflora ‘Tequila Sunrise’ Tickseed, 31. Echinacea purpurea, 32. Daylily, 33. Lychnis coronaria ‘Rose Campion’, 34. Stachys bysantin ‘Silver Carpet’ Lamb’s Ear, 35. Rambler, 36. Iris siberica

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1 Response to “How Does the Garden Grow?”


  1. June 14, 2007 at 12:31 am

    Oh, these look truly <i>beautiful</i>!
    Must be a well-deserved source of pride to a passionate gardener as yourself. 🙂
    Do take care, dear lady & Wishes,
    minerva*

    Many thanks for your kind words. 🙂


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