Digging in the Dirt

We’ve been digging in the dirt around here. And by we I mean everyone but me. I like digging in the dirt and planting things but lately I’ve been watching and enjoying as others do the digging. digging in the dirt

We planted rosemary in the bed behind the mailbox and the the vine on the mailbox is yellow jasmine that I dearly love. We planted this one and 3 others last year. They stay green year ’round and bloom often. planting tomatoesMaddie finally got her tomato and pepper plants in their pots. Thanks to her green thumb we will be enjoying delicious, juicy tomatoes and bell peppers this summer. Click here to get some of our favorite recipes.

What are you planting?

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2 Responses to Digging in the Dirt

  1. Theresa Johnon April 25, 2013 at 6:22 pm #

    I’m planting perennials in a new bed; dianthus, pincushion flower, aka scabiosa, and creeping phlox. I already had coneflowers in the bed. Clif has tilled the vegetable garden; we’ll be planting tomatoes, red and green bell peppers, squash, zucchini, green beans, peas, eggplants, cucumbers; we already have lettuce, broccoli, cabbage, spinach. We love the fresh veggies and I love processing the excess by canning the green beans; making pickles, bread/butter and squash pickles; freezing the squash, zucchini, peas, etc. Happy gardening to all of you.

    • Stacy Averette April 25, 2013 at 9:14 pm #

      Love purple coneflowers. Your garden sounds like my dad’s. we reap the benefit of his love of gardening!