It’s Growing!

 

Upon checking out my garden today I spotted a Monarch butterfly resting.

 

 

As many of you know, one of my summer focuses is my garden. A timelapse process is playing out for me. One day I’ll work diligently among the family of plants and the next day,  a massive growth spurt will occur. It’s mind-boggling how much plants can transform into a towering cousin, still the same being but a much larger version. My tomato plants are swaying trees, busting out of the metal cages and the squash leaves lean towards the tomatoes, creating an intertwined row. Not only are the plants growing, but their veggies are expanding from one day to the next. Leaving one finger sized cucumber one day leads to a gigantic cuke the next! I’m not sure if it’s the sun or few rain showers we’ve had, but it’s a must to visit the garden everyday!

 

 

 

 

 

I picked all these beauties this afternoon.

 

Our corn stalks sway with the New England breeze and the husk appears from the growing cobs. The green bean plants proudly stand about 12 inches with beautiful beans in tow. Romaine Lettuce has been cut back and it grows for other cuttings. I’ve thinned out the carrots as they grew quite thick in the row. Now green fluffy leaves look so pretty in the soil, my ornamental beauty in the garden.

 

 

 

I feel so blessed and in a monumental state of peace beyond the wire fence. It’s a different world, away from bills and problems. I can only wish that you all can bathe in this euphoric sensation…whatever activity you indulge in. It’s these moments that pull us through tough times or mundane days. The restoration feeds the heart and soul, something we all need to live calmly.

 

All My Best,

Heart and Soul ❤

 

 

 

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14 thoughts on “It’s Growing!

    1. I try to pick the zucchini when it’s smaller since it’s tender a delicious. We went camping for four days and my husband didnt pick, so they grew big. I’ve never heard of haricots verts…are they similar to green beans?

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      1. They sound delicious. Do you mi d if I ask you your first name? I’m Mary…wondering so when I comment I could use it. It’s ok if you’d like to stay anonymous though. Blessings to you.😉

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