Beauty in the Springtime Garden


I’ve long enjoyed the beauty that is a garden. Aside from the wonderful bounty of fresh, home-grown vegetables, the plants themselves are a marvel to watch. We also include flowers in the garden, not just because it makes a trip to the field a pleasant one, but because they also attract the spectacular pollinators that help our garden grow.

Borage

Cosmos

Nasturtiums

Roma Tomatoes

Tomatoes

Pie Pumpkins

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