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My Organic Garden – Herbs, Fruits, Vegetables

blushing-strawberries2I already showed you some of my flower patches, and I mentioned my small organic garden, which I started two years ago. All my plants are cultivated in a mix of mushroom soil and organic gardening soil. I do not use any additional fertilizers, and definitely no pesticides.

I grow perennial herbs and fruits, and annual vegetables.


This is my organic garden.

Here are some of the plants in my garden:

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Parsley, Basil, Dill Weed, Oregano,Green Beans, Potato Plant, Red Beets

The fruit group includes:





Blueberry Bush, Blueberry Flowers, Green Blueberry Fruits

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Raspberry Bushes , Raspberry Flowers , Raspberry Green Fruits

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Blooming Strawberries,  Blushing Fruits , First Harvest

My vegetables selection changes annually, but mostly consists of: Tomatoes, Zucchini, Summer Yellow Squash, Red Beets, Cucumbers, Green Beans, and this year I have added a couple of potato plants and Sorrel plants.

I will share some pictures of these as the “fruit of my labor” begins to show a little bit more.

5 thoughts on “My Organic Garden – Herbs, Fruits, Vegetables”

  1. Megan Farraj says:

    Hi, I’m you daughter’s friend that lives behind you. I must say that I enjoy reading your blogs and only wish I had the time to plant such wonderful herbs and vegetables- they look delicious!!

  2. Suburban Grandma says:

    Megan, thank you so much for taking the time from your busy schedule of work and everyday family responsibilities, to read my blogs. So far the garden is doing very well since we are getting some nice rain, so hopefully it will produce lots of veggies….and I will definitely share….

  3. Suzy says:

    Garden looks great. What a variety you have, I just love Dill. I use it in my potato salad. And the strawberries…DELISH! Thanks for sharing your glorious garden , looking forward to more pics.

  4. Suburban Grandma says:

    I use Dill a lot in my cooking. It adds such a nice flavor to soups and mushroom gravy. I also use it in my potato and cucumber salad.

  5. Sheila says:

    Wow SG! You are like the superman of gardening or something 🙂
    I just wish I had space to put all your tips to use!

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