My last post was an angst-full piece about how much my plants seem to be struggling this summer. I still have not figured out why my garden is so slow to grow but I do have some more clues. The rain helped. My next post will be about what I’ve learned. In the meantime here are some pictures of the morning in the garden.

 

The garden struggles at times but is still very beautiful. Which is, I suspect, is like many of us.

 

Happy anasazi beans

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Strawberries

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Sunflowers

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Green beans

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Artichoke flower (bees LOVE them)

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Thistle flower- clearly a relative of artichoke!!

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First tomatoes

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Watering corn

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Burdock leaves

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Corn

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