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Scenes from a Yard in Mid-May

Sugar snap peas bloom while their curly tendrils grasp for purchase


 

raspberries + blueberries

 

baby cilantro + purple sage flowers + seedhead of flat parsley

 

catalpa tree blossoms + chive flowers

 

fingerling potatoes + first blooming tomato

 

garlic scapes + robin's egg shell

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Mary@FitandFed

Monday 2nd of July 2012

Sweet. I love that you ended with the robin's eggshell. I love finding those, so delicate and special and such a beautiful color.

Christy

Thursday 24th of May 2012

Wow...everything is looking really good! My peas have little blooms too. I cannot wait to see the little bitty peas.

Heidi @ Food Doodles

Sunday 20th of May 2012

Gorgeous! Especially the peas, they are so pretty! I'm not sure where you live, but we're a little behind up here in Canada(and I'm behind in all the work I need to get done!) but my tomatoes should be in the ground this week - I'm so excited! Seeing your beautiful garden makes me want to get out in mine!

Phyllis Ryan

Saturday 19th of May 2012

The garden looks so beautiful. I miss veges, but I did put in two Topsy Turvy plants. A Purple Cherokee and a Mortgage Lifter. Wish me luck, last year the squirrel ate everything.

yummychunklet

Friday 18th of May 2012

Great photos! Keep up the great work!