Let me take you on a tour outside our home. I am trying to get used to our new camera so bear with me on the photos. While I'm outside the pack stays in their part of the yard.
Well, except for Scrappy, she didn't want to go outside so she's napping on "her chair."
We've had some rain lately and there's more to come. I love it because that means I don't have to water the garden. The peach trees are heavy laden with fruit that will soon be ripe.
In the vegetable garden we have zucchini, lots of tomatoes and some brussel sprouts. Last year we had one zucchini plant and had more than enough but the plants I got came in a four-pack so we'll have loads to share.
Our tomato plants are just starting to have fruit. These are called "Big Mamas" they are a roma with less seeds so they make excellent marinara sauce.
Cherokee Purples that are so tasty.
This is a patch of basil, both Thai purple and regular sweet basil. I planted it last year and let it go to seed and now we have a really nice patch. I love a perennial!!!
The blueberries are doing pretty good. They are young plants but I hope to have enough to make a pie or two.
I found this blooming yesterday. Is this a tiger lily? I don't know, but I like it.
These white daises are to the point of being invasive but they are pretty when they bloom.
This is also a new flower that my mom gave me a few years ago and is just now blooming. I think it's a gladiola,,am I right? Oh, I need to call and ask my mom. She had a bouquet on the table for Father's Day.
While walking around the peach trees I found this bird's nest that fell. I guess they had to start over after the storms. It's so interesting to see that they gather dog hair for the inside of the nest. I see both Speedbump and Charlie hair!!!
Blessings to you all from the holler...