My First Garden Ever!


My husband and I purchased our first home in December. Since then I have been dreaming about building a garden along the fence of the farmers field behind our house. This is what I have so far!
What are these again? Primrose?
Sedum.
Butterfly weed? or Lavender? Lavender I think!
Yellow peppers... mmmm.
Gayfeather. The butterflies love these!
Hello Dahlia... just starting to bloom.
Whole garden!

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Michelle Powers

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  • Trish M
    on Jul 23, 2012

    Good For You Michelle...Save The Seeds from Your Fav. Veggies....Allow Them To Dry Out Completely Including Corn...Then Place Them In A Small Jar.(I Use Baby Food Jars.)Make sure You Mark Them If You are Not Familiar With What Each one Looks Like.If You Have room.Pumpkins, and Gourds,(Halloween decorations) Are A Blast To Grow...Huge awesome Leaves,Large Orange blooms,And It's like an Easter Egg Hunt Looking For Them.You Can Also Grow The Halloween Gourds and Many Others on A Trellis( I Use Rope and Twine) Makes Beautiful Shade and Privacy Fences...Good Luck and Have Fun...

  • Michelle Powers
    on Jul 23, 2012

    Love your ideas Trish. Thanks!

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