I already shared the story about my zucchini crop this year, so now it’s a perfect time to share a zucchini recipe.
Watching your flower plants produce gorgeous blooms, and your veggies mature for harvesting, is the most rewarding experience of the hobby of gardening.
June is here, so the spring flowers are done blooming, but the perennials are filling out the void by showing off their beauty, and will continue to do so until late fall.
Also, the vegetable garden is progressing nicely and we already are able to use the lettuce, dill, sorrel, parsley, green beans, scallions, rhubarb and strawberries.
Summer has been technically over several weeks ago, but in my garden, summer is just coming to an end.
Fewer flowers are opening up, more and more plants are drying off, and my vegetable garden is not producing new crops…just letting the remaining ones to complete its cycle.
We had few very cold nights already, but today was a gorgeous day; so with the help of my camera, I captured the remaining beauties in my garden.
I will list each harvested vegetable individually, and link it to my favorite recipes posted previously, for your cooking convenience and pleasure.
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My overwhelming May schedule prevented me from finding time to keep up with my blog, but I should be back on track now…:-)
Today I will share some pictures of my vegetable garden.