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A Garden update!

Today, I will give another garden update! Let’s see what has happened in my garden lately! πŸ™‚

My beautiful pink wild roses!
My beautiful pink wild roses!

And what has happened with my courgettes ( zucchini ) plants?

My green courgette plant already gave me 3 courgettes!
My green courgette plant already gave me 3 courgettes!

 

The only yellow courgette plant!
The only yellow courgette plant!

And what has happened with my tomato plants?

A larger red chili pepper plant, but they are all still green!
A larger red chili pepper plant, but they are all still green!
A pumpkin to be! :)
A pumpkin to be! πŸ™‚
I already had 5 larger ripe thorness blackberries!
I already had 5 larger ripe thornless blackberries!

So, I hoped you enjoyed it & I also wish My American readers a Happy Fourth Of July! Happy Independence day! Yeah!!! πŸ™‚

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Hello! My name is Sophie & I love to cook & bake mostly healthily but with a twist! There is a bit of gardening & travelling in here too! Enjoy! :)

42 thoughts on “A Garden update!

  1. Hello Sophie,
    Your prettty garden looks marvellous with a variety of vegetables and fruit.
    You have garden it yourself. Well done!
    When can you eat all those delicious things?
    Good luck!
    Mamalou

    1. I haveceaten already 4 courgettes, 5 blackberries & 1 tomato & 3 green chili peppers!
      Thanks, mom! xxx πŸ˜€

  2. I smiled all through your beautiful post and I’m delighted to see that all’s coming up roses (heh heh) and that little pumpkin-to-be melted my heart. What a lovely post!!

  3. The garden is looking so lovely, as always! Look at your little pumpkin- that’s exciting!!

  4. I just liked you on FB! Your garden is coming along really well. I love the developing pumpkin and how fabulous to have a blackberry bush without thorns! xx

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