Wonderful! You've got good sun there. Sorry about the weeds. It's really very charming. I remember reading about Dutch or German community gardens where they built little houses just for hanging about in the country in their gardens. It's a wonderful concept and you obviously have a green thumb!
Good Morning, Carol, I know it is a lot of hard work but WOW, everything looks wonderful! This is a big area! I get hungry just looking at the pretty cabbage!
This looks absolutely fantastic and mouth watering. I'd love it if you told us more about the community plot and how the whole thing works. I know you've mentioned it before, but I don't think you have explained (or I forgot... it happens)
I LOVE IT!! I would be putting down thick layers of newspapers with grass clippings on top to keep the weeds down. Our little town started a community garden this year -- I may need to put my name on the list for next year - still too much shade for much in my yard. Enjoy your gardening venture.Blessings!Gail
Your garden looks beautiful and like it's healthy and happy! That's a huge lot so I can imagine the work. Enjoy your veggies:@)
How green and lush! Everything is really growing good this year! Happy summer!
That is wonderful. As much as I like to do a flower garden, vegetable garden does not do it for me. My husband only wants to be able to use his huge rototiller for the weeds and it just makes it hard, this year we skipped it. Next year I would like to try and incorporate the veggies and my flowers.
I love it! We don't have community gardens in my little town. Wish we did! Yours looks marvelous!
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