Sunday, October 21, 2012

A Fall Garden in the Southwest

So, the temperature has cooled to the 80's...


 
And there is a lot happening in the garden:
 
 
Jalapeno Blooms
 
 
Lettuce
 
 
Carrots
 
 
It's amazing.
 
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10 comments:

  1. Beautiful shots. Have a fabulous week.

    Liz @ MLC
    Liz @ YACB

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  2. Very nice photos, sure is hot by you...

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  3. I LOVE that sun face... it reminds me of some I've seen on CBS 'Sunday Morning...' Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #53!

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  4. It's just like spring all over again, Lisa! My hubby would love to be able to garden this deep in the year. Do you enjoy fresh veggies for Christmas, too?

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    1. I had tomatoes last christmas. There's always something growing though its usually down to a few tough peppers and eggplant by late July, August and September.

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  5. You're gonna have a lot of carrots soon!

    Visiting from Mandarin Orange Monday (MoM).
    My MoM entry
    Have a great week ahead!

    New follower here, would be delighted if you follow back. Thanks.

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  6. what a lovely garden, must be great to eat our own vegetables. visiting from Sunday Best and I'm your new follower. hope you have an inspired week ahead :) xxo

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  7. Great sun face! I am sure that would help any garden grow! And make it look beautiful too of course:) Great shots of your garden - and thank you for sharing it on Mandarin Orange Monday:)

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  8. Isn't it autumn yet? ;) It looks so sunny over there!
    Great close-ups!

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  9. Beautiful captures of your garden Lisa. Thanks so much for sharing at Your Sunday Best this week. xo

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