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Fall Foliage & Flowers, 2014

It’s fall (or autumn if you prefer) and as the chlorophyll in trees’ and shrubs’ leaves breaks down we can see the beautiful reds and yellows.  These are some of my favorite trees and shrubs that I photographed yesterday in my yard. The dogwood has … Continue reading

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Beans, Peppers, Tomato, Okra, & Pawpaws

The pole bean harvest is much less than it was last month, probably because it is much cooler, with lows in the 40s and highs in the 60s °F (a range of 5 to 15 °C) most days.  The plants are still … Continue reading

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Beans, Okra, Blackberries, & Pawpaws

We hadn’t picked vegetables since last Thursday, so there were a lot of beans.  The ‘rattlesnake’ variety were the biggest producers this time.  Some were hidden so they were quite large; we’ll probably shell them and just eat the seed … Continue reading

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Fall Flowers & Foliage

I don’t have a lot of fall-blooming flowers, but there are other sources of color in the fall garden.  These photos are from September and October and are presented in approximately the order in which they were made. The perennial … Continue reading

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Weekend Harvest 06

This weekend, we picked the usual tomatoes, peppers, and beans.  I also pulled a few carrots.  These are napoli variety, a nantes type carrot, unlike the danvers carrots we started harvesting earlier.  The wispy-looking plant on the bowls is summer … Continue reading

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Weekend Harvest 05

The summer vegetables are producing less, but still producing.  It may seem like a lot, but that is because we aren’t picking them as often as we were.  I’m finding more tomatoes with mold problems, so I’ve started picking them … Continue reading

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Pawpaw

Last night, when I went to check if my sedum were flowering (they weren’t), I could smell ripe fruit.  Pawpaw fruits were ripening and some had fallen on the ground, so I picked them up and brought them in. The … Continue reading

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Summer Flowers 03

This is the third installment of photos of summer flowers.  You might want to see my two posts with photos of spring flowers as well.  Here’s what’s blooming in my yard in mid-summer. Roses are one of the few perennials … Continue reading

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More Spring Flowers

This is a collection of many photos of spring flowers that I’ve taken over the past month. From May 5th I have two of these red-flowering azalea bushes.  This one was on the west side of the house, where it … Continue reading

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