Blooms in the Garden

The rain has stopped and the sun is shining.  The meteorologist said yesterday that we’ve had rain and clouds every day this month except two.  The gardens are lush and green in the bright sunlight.   The vegetables are really growing.  There’s a baby broccoli head forming on one of the plants.

Baby broccoli head is the size of the tip of my little finger.
Baby broccoli head is the size of the tip of my little finger.

Volunteer maple trees that I transplanted into pots are growing like mad too.

Volunteer maple trees transplanted into pots earlier this spring.
Volunteer maple trees transplanted into pots earlier this spring.

Now it’s time to mow the lawn.

5 thoughts on “Blooms in the Garden”

  1. Yes, the rain has really made things burst with new growth. I love fresh broccoli from the garden.

  2. Wow, love all the photos of your flowers blooming in your garden. And it’s awesome to have free maple trees in your own yard. What a treat! Love your blog….

  3. Yes, it does make it seem less like a chore Philip. This spring has been so rainy and cool, the grass needs a lot of cutting.

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