I adore the garden our wonderful little household has created. It’s beautiful and life-giving. But what else I love is the inspirations of another’s wonderland. Here’s a few captured moments of my morning in my friends’ garden …
I love this pineapple!
purple is my all time favorite.
I love the shade of pink,
or is it red.
clusters of pretty-ness!
Mini Jungle of Veg
They have a few of these pumpkins!
I can’t wait for ours to get that far along.
Hot Banana Peppers swishing in the breeze.
I believe these are another pepper, not sure if they’re Jalapenos though.
Cherry Tomatos !
I think these were the Yummy Bells.
Koi Fish and Turtles!
First time I got see them!
I hope you enjoy these joys I got to see this morning as much as I have.
It’s All Upstream from Here
the world is my oyster as I unfurl my leaves,
taking root as far as I please.
My Passion and My Purpose quietly flourish,
only to reach for the golden light who feeds my soul.
I must spread like a fire before anyone knows.
but when the time arrives,
I will bear fruit and you will know Sweet Victory too.
Yesterday was an eventful day for the house.
A lot of creative energy buzzing and swirling about.
I don’t have the largest garden budget and love to venture beyond the typical use of soil.
Dustin, being the innovative engineer he is, created our first models of the aquaponics creations we have now scatter around the house.
The long root is the sweet corn Dustin placed in.
The Ballon Mollys think I’m feeding them.
The left one, Jabba the Hut, is prego.
I got so excited I made Dustin create a floater for some Sweet Mint.
Then when you wander outside…
More seedlings galore!
Tonto standing guard.
Used a restaurant size Balsamic Dressing jug, a bath squishy and styrofoam to float.
My first one is a Pond Pumpkin.
They say pumpkins need a lot of water…
THIS IS MY WEDNESDAY MORNING . . .
I can’t wait to make these suckers into Poppers.
They look delicious enough to eat.
Henry amazes me every morning.
My roomies’ Pineapple going crazy.
Snack Pack Gone Wild.
Counted 4 Watermelons birthing.
I LOVE TOMATOS!
This is Elton John our first Koi fish.
I got him for 5 bucks when he was teeny weeny.
He’s not teeny weeny any more!
Tranquility at its finest.
I hope you’re enjoying your garden just as much as I enjoy mine!
My first plant was a cactus that sat on the kitchen window sill.
After a couple of months I realized I was watering a dead cactus.
Since then I let it in my brain that I would never acquire a green thumb.
Seems like an easy conclusion that I am a cactus killer to say the least.
Well I was wrong…
Meet Henry my Dragon Fruit.
He’s a badass .