After all the work you do on your garden where do you sit or stand back to enjoy your garden. Here is a short video from a porch viewing the garden PorchView
June 27, 2020 Virtual Garden Tour Day in place of the cancelled Garden Tour that was planned for today. Here are some summer blooms. Updated June 28
June 26 – Some edible harvests or soon to be edibles. These are mixed among many growing edibles such as tomatoes. Many more pictures will be added over the summer as our vegetables, herbs and fruit grow. Updated June 28
June 23 – A rainy day finally. Reminds me of the garden tour two years ago with its rainy start. After the rain with bent heads and their petals all over the ground we cut back some of our peonies and fed them to the compost. In the back yard a snow like covering of … Read more Fragrances in Gardens
Some interesting containers used for flowers and edibles
Happy summer everyone. Here are a few garden art pieces. This post will be update with more pieces or the same piece with a different view. As the jungle like growth continues in our gardens please send new views of your art for this post
An update on our garden edibles. As Susan says after put deciding to plant more vegetables this year. “There’s nothing like stepping outside, and picking fresh lettuce and herbs for a salad. Can’t wait for the rest of the stuff to grow!”
Iris’s and Peonies bloom in June. Depending on amount of sunlight and the type of flower blooms seem to occur over a couple of weeks around mid June. Neither Iris nor Peony blooms last too long. Enjoy these while you can. More pictures have been added June 20.
Mid June blooming plants and gardens. Lots of activity in our gardens and thankfully nurseries are now open and not so busy as the first week. More pictures will be added during the week
If you have any sort of garden in Long Branch you will likely have a host of animals using or passing through your garden from insects to birds to mammals. A variety of animals call Long Branch home at least at certain times of the year.