4.25.2012

how does your garden grow.

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one of my greatest childhood memories was spending the summers at my grandparents' house, running around in my grandma's huge garden with my cousins. i especially loved picking strawberries and eating them right off the plant.


today, we have our own garden. it isn't as big as grandma's,
but enough to have enjoyed lettuce, pineapples, green beans, potatoes, carrots, collared greens, oranges, tomatoes,
papayas, and avocados.


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33 comments:

  1. Wish I could have a garden but I live in an apartment :(

    xo,
    janmloves.blogspot.com

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  2. I'd grow a garden if I could.
    Love that you grow some stuff yourself (:

    www.lovelyobsessions.blogspot.com

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  3. How cool is that?? I have the biggest problem with plants on the planet. I try, I really do, but can never quite get it right. Would love to try this though. Thanks for the tip! You look lovely in your little garden by the way.

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  4. I discover here another side of you, it's awesome !!
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  5. I wish we had strawberries in our garden! We do have a garden, but we mostly have trees, and flowers. But my uncle grows his own fruits, and vegetables and he gives them to us as well.
    Really nice photos!

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  6. My mom always has the most amazing garden, I should really help out with it, but I'm rarely at home when she's working on it. Fresh veggies and fruit are sooo good
    xJennaD

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  7. I had no idea you were into gardening! That is so cool that you grow your own fruits and veggies.

    I unfortunately do not have a green thumb and am afraid I would kill everything. I killed my husband's cactus that he had since 1st grade! I don't know anyone who has ever killed a cactus, lol! Heather

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    1. I need lots of help, too! My mom has the greenest thumb!

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  8. I wish I had a green thumb! your garden looks beautiful!

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  9. i grow tomatoes everyyear, lovely little garden you had there:)) love the white dress on you!!!

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  10. Gorgeous pictures :) Love your dress too!

    underbluelights.blogspot.com xx

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  11. love these pics!! your yard looks soooo awesome!! we have all sorts of things growing in our yard. we actually had more before, and scaled it down. we have shiso, green onions, pomegranate, cherry tomatoes, basil, rosemary, eggplant, squash, papaya, noni, lettuce, pineapple, the rest are all floral..isn't it great to grow your own?! i love it!

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    1. wish we could grow squash! Would love to have a lemon tree, too, but my sister has one that produces tons of lemons!

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  12. even gardening you look fabulous! love!

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  13. That white dress is so perfect against your pretty garden!

    <3 Cambria
    jupefashion.blogspot.com

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  14. I love that you have your own garden! I really want to build myself one when we don't live in an apartment :/ It's so great that you are teaching your kids where "real" food comes from. I swear some kids think that McDonald's is the only food source :(

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    1. I know it's hard in an apartment, but I've seen some creative garden boxes if you have a balcony...

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  15. I love gardening. This is a truly beautiful garden. Great post!

    http://shannonhearts.blogspot.com

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  16. great photos! berries you pick yourself always taste the best :)

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  17. What a lovely garden. We still have a huge vegetable garden but we can't grow wonderful things like papaya.

    Wren
    http://www.houseofwren.blogspot.ca/

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  18. Beautiful garden. I wish sunny days were back in France u_u. Great outfit *_*

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  19. you have a wonderful garden.

    thanks for visiting my blog and following. love your blog, so i'm following!

    looking forward to interacting w you!

    have a great day!

    xoxo
    jasmine
    AdamAlexMommy

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  20. ah love these pictures!
    so ethereal and peaceful. ;)

    have a nice weekend!

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  21. I have those same memories from childhood.
    And I agree with the commenter above, these pics are lovely. I can't garden to save my life so kudos to you friend!

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  22. That's so great that you have a garden with so many varieties of vegetables! - Carla

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  23. look at those super cute carrots! I am so jelly that you get to grow avocados. what I would give to get fresh avocados daily!

    ♥ laura
    the blog of worldly delights
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  24. We have a couple of container plants I hope will give us some treats. Tomato, bell pepper, strawberry and some various herbs. Fingers crossed I can keep them alive :o)

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  25. When I was growing up, we had a garden of our own and would always have yummy veggies such as cherry tomatoes, green beans, peppers, and cucumbers! I, too, had fond memories of when I was younger. Loving all of your pictures:):) I just wanted to thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving such a nice comment!!! Hoping you have a fabulous weekend!!!

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  26. Hello!This post brings back my childhood memories. When we move three years ago that's the time I also lost my garden.I remember having also tree plant like lemon, atis and avocado planting from scratch. Still looking forward to have a garden again on my own. This photos is such an inspiration and glad you do gardening with your kiddos.

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  27. I would love to have a garden, but all we have is a patio. Growing veggies in pots is difficult when you live by the ocean - they dry out fast.

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