July 16, 2014

Gallery 11 {the honey of the fields}

what's in bloom

This year we have 18 tomato plants, 4 cucumber, and 2 yellow squash that are blooming. The cukes are ready and we've been enjoying them. The yellow squash is almost ripe for the picking. Then there are the tomatoes... they take forever. We don't get to enjoy them until the end of July, but we have them all through August.

That's what's in bloom over here. What have you got growing in your garden or near your home? Vegetables? Flowers? Water gardens? What's your take on this prompt? I'd love to know!

Thank you for contributing to {at the water's edge}. I still need to visit a few last entries but wow, what a gorgeous gallery! Please add your photo to the flickr group and if you are on Instagram, tag your photos throughout the week with hashtag #52photosproject.

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Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

Your tomatoes look scrumptious! You may consider fried green tomatoes is you can't wait on them to ripen. Blessings!

GalleryJuana said...

Beautiful tomato! Garden tomatoes taste so much better than store bought ones. Our outdoor markets started up so at least I can buy local garden vegies that way. Have a wonderful week.

chai-and-chardonnay.blogspot.com said...

They look good! I am trying my hands on tomato sauce to keep for the winter!