Petunia is the garter snake that moved into our vegetable garden in its early days. This space shares the ever-evolving garden along with some excursions beyond the fence.
I just love growing that Rouge vif D'etamps pumpkin since you gave me the seeds. They work really well for me here.
Hi there!I found your blog from googleingWhat to plant for a winter garden in WA! I too live in Western WA!Your garden is just lovely!I will be back to read more of your blog in a bit!This was my first year of a big garden! I learned a few things and need to learn more!I would love to see your garden in "real life" and ask you a million questions!My blog is called The Garden Gate if you what to come say hi. I blog about family,attachment parenting,living frugally, homesteading,gardening amoung other things!I have to go put my little one down for a nap....but will be back to read more!
Beautiful colors!Pumpkin pie, yum. Do you roast the seeds too?
Thanks for visiting, pumpkin fans!Matron - have you been growing them from the seeds you save or purchased seeds? Just wondering how they do from saved seeds.FH-Glad you found me! I'll be over to visit your blog shortly. Do you live close enough to attend the Seattle area garden bloggers gathering this Sunday?Aerie-el - I'm ready enough for pie, I may have to pull out a remaining frozen stash. I have roasted the seeds, but prefer the hulless type (snackjack is the one I've grown). We'll see how any of this year's pumpkins work out for that.
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