Kitchen Garden Growth

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series The Kitchen Garden

The enjoyment you can get from gardening is simple yet powerful.  From nothing but dirt you can build a small area that restores faith in the natural and beautiful cycle of life.  Chaos is reigning in many parts of the world right now, people are suffering and I know I’m not the only one who feels the discord. People of the world are turning it upside down.  The beauty of the quiet growing garden speaks volumes about what we could be doing instead.  I know it’s not much, but I want to offer a small bite of peacefulness in the daily news cycle, and pray that we don’t forget that it is possible to be positive, growing and productive.  Here are a few shots of the kitchen garden growth and a reminder of how far it’s come in a short time. Enjoy.

Crookneck Squash

Gourds

CucClimb

CrookneckFl

CrookneckFlowers

SquashClimbers

Cucumbers

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Cuc2

CucsClimbing

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Peas

PeaPods

PeaPodCurve

PeaFlower

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tomatoes

Toms

Tomatoes

Beans

Beans2

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Zucc

ZuccFlower

ZuccPlant

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Carrots

Carrots

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Just take a look at what has happened in the garden since it was first dug out.

MayMess

Sprouts

DeckRail

 

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