Mid-Summer's Garden

Mid-Summer's Garden at Miz Helen's Country Cottage
I love my Garden Gate which is an old fashioned screen door painted in bright colors giving the garden just a bit of whimsey. We have have some really good rains this year so our vegetable garden is looking really pretty right now and we are sure enjoying some of the bounty of the harvest. I thought you might enjoy spending some time in the garden with me today so please join me for a little garden tour of our Mid-Summer's Garden.
Come On In

One Of The First Things You May Notice 
Is The Volunteer Zinnia's Along The Path 
 Mixed In With The Vegetables.

We Have Some Great Collards That Have Been Delicious
Some of The Swiss Chard Is Producing
My Favorite Collard Greens Recipe
Heirloom Tomatoes,Green Beans, 
Squash, Cucumbers, Peppers 
Lots Of Zinnia's
Mid-Summer's Garden at Miz Helen's Country Cottage
These Green Beans Will Harvest This Week
They Will Be So Good!
We Love This Recipe For


Fabulous Red Sweet Bell Peppers

A Great Crop Of Squash This Year
 We Love This Garden Casserole Using 
Fresh Squash 
Cucumbers, Squash, Peppers and Zinnia's
A Natural Garden Flow
This Pepper Patch Will Be Producing
Major Jalapeno's In August
Beautiful Colors Everywhere!
Sweet Bell Peppers Are Loaded
Green Beans and More Greens Beans
It's Been Great Spending Time 
With You In The Garden Today
Let's Go Find Something Cold To Drink

I really enjoyed you being able to spend some time in the gardens with me today. I just love sharing our garden and it's bounty with all of our friends. Hope you have a wonderful trip to the country and come back to see us real soon!
Peace and Joy
Miz Helen
Miz Helen
Miz Helen

Cookbook Author, Recipe Developer, Organic Gardner.


Comments

  1. Your garden looks very happy and healthy! I love the zinnias popping up too, my favorite garden flower-enjoy:@)

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  2. What a wonderful way to enter your garden, through that adorable screen door!! You have such a fabulous array of veggies and flowers. Thank you for the tour!

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  3. What a lovely garden you have. I love all of the zinnias scattered through it.

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  5. OH, NUM! Love your garden....and the door! We have finally harvested some zucchini and yellow squash. This week our tomatoes will start, but our pole beans are just beginning to blossom. I would like to join your blog, but not interested in receiving recipes, is this possible?
    Sandi

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  8. I so enjoyed visiting your garden today, Miz Helen! You have such wonderful vegetables, and those Zinnias are gorgeous. I also enjoyed the recipes you linked to - that Strawberry Mint Lemonade looks very refreshing indeed! I'm featuring this post at Hearth and Soul this week. Thank you for all your support! Take care, and I hope Leonard is continuing to feel better every day.

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Miz Helen