Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Wordless Wednesday ~ Garden update with Linky

I finally worked a few good hours in the garden this week and I am really pleased with my progress.  Considering I was super pregnant last summer and couldn't do much work, the garden is not as bad as I thought it was.  I do have some culprits that are trying to choke out my flowers though.  Maybe you recognize some of these little buggers from your garden?








Beautiful, but can spread like crazy.

As well as some dandelions and a vine weed that I am unsure the name of.  So, as you can see I had a lot of work to do digging up these invasive little plants and making sure I ripped out most to all of their root system.  I'm not done with the little buggers but now some of my garden looks like this:

Wahoo!  Progress!

Allium

Tulip

Viola



26 comments:

  1. Good job, I still need to tend to one of my beds!

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    1. This is a small dent in the mountain of flower and veggie gardens I have. I hope you get some time to tend to yours soon!

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  2. I love gardening and wish I had more time to devote to it.

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    1. Hopefully the weather cooperates and you can get out into your garden.

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  3. Great photos and what a gorgeous garden you must have. Happy WW, thanks so much for hosting.

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    1. Thank you! It is nice to sit and have a tea and enjoy all the hard work put into them for sure.

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  4. You have certainly been doing a great job in your garden! The flowers are so beautiful. Thanks for hosting.

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  5. Your garden is looking REALLY nice though!

    http://www.homeofohm.com/2013/05/wordlesswednesday-our-new-kitten-w-linky.html

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  6. love that tulip. Regardless of whether you were pregnant or not I think the garden looks nice. Happy WW! http://homemom3.com/wordless-wednesday-kindergarten-graduation/

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    1. Thank you. The garden didn't suffer too much while I was pregnant, but it is going to be much happier this year, and so will I!

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  7. Garden work? What's that? No wonder your yard looks great and mine is not suitable for my blog.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2013/05/wordless-wednesday-meet-mowgli.html

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  8. Looks fantastic! Despite the fact that I have an avid gardener for a mother & landscaper for a father, I DO NOT have a capable green thumb. Thank god Adam does ;)

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  9. Great photo moments, love the tulips!! Happy WW!!

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  10. Looks beautiful and you must have a green thumb!

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  11. Lovely garden. We are attempting a veggie garden again. Haven't been too successful in the past. Like Crys, my mom is quite the green thumb, but I kill everything (inside or outside the house).
    Can't say I recognize any of your weeds, we have our very own.

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  12. There is something rewarding about seeing your work take off like that!

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  13. this is my dream that is to have my own small garden in the future...

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  14. Your garden is looking great! I'm not that great a gardener; I only have a few veggies in a little raised bed in the back. No flowers.

    Thanks for linking up over at Tales of a Pee Dee Mama

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  15. Everything is looking great, I love all the signs of warm weather.

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  16. Your so lucky you have a green thumb! Looks really pretty :)

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