In My Garden Today..


Sugar Peas.  Good Seed.


999,003 dill seedlings from last year.  Bad Seed.


Black Beans.  Good Seed.


I love wood piles.  Is that odd?


I can't believe I got this shot either.


First time I ate a fresh warm fig, I went out after and bought three trees.


Swing break.


Family walk after dinner through the yard.


300 new raspberry cane update.  Hmm, coming along nicely.


Down to the blueberry patch to see how they are.  They are in bloom.


They go from this..


To this.  Then they get plump.  Then they turn blue. 


Enjoy your week.

24 comments:

Tom Stephenson said...

Is that a hummingbird?

Sarah Elizabeth said...

What gorgeous pics of a garden bursting with life. I love wood piles too!

natalea said...

gorgeous garden photos! I'm really enjoying your blog. Have a great week! xo natalea

mise said...

How good for morale it must be to live among such growth. Your farm is so happily depicted that it's now up there with the Taj Mahal for my world tour stops.

Razmataz said...

I am always so envious of your farm when you show pictures of your garden. I would love to have raspberries and figs (didn't know you could grown them here) and blueberries. It looks heavenly.

Barbara said...

Amazing shots! I love the blueberry series! We used to pick wild huckleberries when I was a kid...they make a fabulous pie.

Sue@CountryPleasures said...

Great hummer shot!

Southern Lady said...

Beautiful shots. Don't you just love walking through the yard this time of year to see what is going on? Carla

Antique ART Garden said...

Such beautiful photos , I am a blueberry-holic, every morning w/ cereal and bananas ( they are 5.99 a small pint here !! ), love them. I love the pic of your family going for a walk, hummingbird shot too. I can't even get a good shot of a slow , still bird much less a hummingbird ! Thanks for the post , Gina

Lady Grey said...

Oh I feel so refreshed after reading this post... as though I just had a lovely morning walk through your garden : )

pollydove said...

The word I came up with for your photos this morning was refreshing ... you really do take refreshing photographs! I adore the one of the family walk - and I did NOT know that's what blueberries look like before they become blueberries! :)

Ellen said...

I had no idea the bloom of a blueberry was so pretty...I only know how much I love to eat them everyday and every way. Your photos are such a treat to see!

Missing Goat said...

yes, Tom, it is a hummingbird - it's about the size of a walnut.

Erin Wallace said...

That hummingbird shot is fantastic! Here's to your upcoming summer bounty.

xo Erin

jan said...

Wow - I didn't know hummingbirds actually sat still. Cool shot. I'm learning so much as I also didn't know blueberry bushes had blossoms.

: ) clearly, i must get out more.

simpledaisy said...

Pretty...Pretty photographs:)

koralee said...

Your garden is lovely!Can't wait for your blueberries. xoxo

Rosie said...

Such a lovely stroll through your back yard...
garden is coming along nicely...fabulous shots...
Happy Wednesday...love Rosie

Janis Nicolay said...

It's amazing what a few days can do! H, your garden is really coming along well. Looking forward to my next visit! My little garden went bonkers while I was away. Beans, potatoes, peas are all going nuts. Yeah.

sarah, flourish design + style said...

What a gorgeous tour of your garden! Thanks! xx

c and d said...

amazing photos as always. thanks for the visit this morning...and fresh figs?? i know right? love 'em.
can't wait 'til daniel's back and i can bring my kids to meet midge - don't worry, they're not afraid of getting their hands dirty, we can help!

Iniyaal said...

The greenery in your pictures is soothing to both the eyes and mind... You have a lovely garden.
Surprising that blue berry blossoms look so much similar to jasmine flowers in South India.

Andrea - Faded Plains said...

Love the photos of your garden...it looks so peaceful.

Alicia said...

Heather as usual I'm ready to pack the car & come tent it for the summer on the property. I'll pick & tend for a swap of rent & berries.
On a side note my Goddaughter Hailey at the ever ripening age of 8 enjoys when I send her links to blogs. When she noticed your greenhouse was her favorite from Country Living, she went nuts. She still has the tear sheets of it..which she caboodled from me...and declared...oh my God!!! You know a real famous person!!!! It was sweetie peetie!!