Tuesday, June 24, 2008

How does your garden grow
On Sunday I sent Natalie out with my camera, following a brief "how to" lesson, and told her to take pictures of some of the plants growing in our garden. I think she did a beautiful job.
tomatoes
lettuce
blueberries
zucchini
herbs
yellow squash
the harvest

10 comments:

Jek said...

Awesome!1 Great photography Nat! Didn't get to say goodbye, have fun at camp!! Be careful. Love ya

jill said...

Wow Natalie!! What a natural!! You really did a great job!!!

Rebecca said...

This puts my sorry garden to shame. I'm such a novice that I can't even weed it - I don't know the difference between the vegetables and the weeds. What a mess. Lovely pictures!

Sara and Brad said...

Wow.. Mrs. Domestic herself!! Your garden rocks... I attempted to plant tomatoes, but it's still on my "to do list" Your garden inspires me.

Ann Marie said...

Maybe I should give my daughter my camera? I can't seem to ever get good pictures!
Your garden is beautiful! This is my first year gardening something that isn't flowers, so I did small containers. :) I can't wait to oneday get as much as you have!

I have to admit, I have NEVER seen a blueberry grown anywhere...

Katie said...

I am so jealous. My aunt has a big garden and uses it all the time in cooking. It always makes the food taste a little better (in my opinion). One day, when we get our yard done, I will try my hand at gardening.

Suzanne said...

You garden is looking AWESOME! Your daughter did a great job taking pictures, I would say as well as her mother. I need to update my garden picture, but I need to get out and weed first. You have inspired me! -Suzanne

Lauralee said...

impressive! great pictures.. your garden is sure growing! ours is just begining to take off, could be cause the sun is just starting to come out over here! :)

have fun at camp!

Jayne Layne said...

Wow Natalie, great pictures! They really look great. Your garden looks awesome! A complete difference from when I was there.

browneyedgirl said...

Hi Jen! How are you??

How big is that garden of yours? Looks so perfect, and weed free!