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Spring Garden Springs

Early Spring Green

Redbuds

Redbuds and Crabapple

Tomato, Pepper, and Sweet Potato Plants

Greenhouse Plants

Black Giant and Pink Tlacolula Tomato Plants

Costoluto and others Tomato Plants

Purple Calabash and Yellow Brandywine Tomato Plants

Pink Brandywine Tomato Plants

Sunflower Plants

Pepper and Tomato Plants

Mamantis Clouds Before Hail Storm (no damage here)

Transplanted Crepe Myrtle (from friend)

Old Apple Tree That Will Not Die

Old Apple Tree Limb Profuse with New Growth

Old Apple Tree Blossoms

Italian Flint Corn

Rattlesnake Pole Beans and Royal Blue Bush Beans

Sugar Ann Peas (eat 'em raw!)

Sugar Ann Peas (eat 'em raw, Yummmm!)

Strawberry First Fruits

Sweet Onions Need Weeding

Look At Those Elephant Garlic Plants and Scallions!

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4 thoughts on “Spring Garden Springs

  1. Hi Ma, Hope you’re enjoying the cool spell as much as I am here. It was 47 degrees last couple of mornings and only 70 for high, and forecast to continue through the week.

    I’d say it was blackberry winter here, except they’ve already bloomed and made quarter inch diameter berries from all the last month’s unusually hot weather! 🙂 So we get some spring after all, yay!

    It seems we get a lot more of those “rare” type clouds, but God’s creation is still too powerful no matter what man imagines to try.

    We serve a risen Saviour, He lives! 😀

  2. OMGoodness you have been busy, it all looks great! Your “red” held up wonderfully too. Looks like you’ll be having a splendid harvest.

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