I have been away from home for a week to help out my children with their gardening plans, and to spend some quality time with my grandchildren.
As I returned home, my garden was full of blooms, full of tomatoes, zucchini and cucumbers.
Today I will share some pictures from mine and my children’s gardens.
I hope you are not getting bored with my garden posts….but as some of you already know…Autumn is my least favorite season.
Today I am showing off my sister’s Fall flowers, all the way from Krakow.
With the population moving closer and closer to big cities and suburban areas, we are finding ourselves with less room to start a personal garden. However, the trend of urban and suburban gardens is growing, and it has never been easier to start your own garden on your balcony, stoop, or front porch.
Gardening is a very relaxing hobby. It requires planning, physical labor, continuous upkeep, and endless enjoyment.
Today I will share with you the accomplishments of two senior citizens, who shared this wonderful hobby of garden tending.
This year I added a patch (pictured here) with a mixture or perennial and new annual flower plants, which I grew from seeds from Europe, sent to me by my sister.
This patch is very special to me, since every time I am out gardening, I think of my sister and my mom.