Music of Summer, Wildlife and the Vegetable Garden

It seems like just yesterday I posted the first few words on the process of starting the vegetable garden. Now, halfway through June, the first few vegetables are already ready!

One thing the vegetable garden¬†taught me: patience. Being terribly impatient ever since I can remember, I went from excitement, to disappointment, to¬†happiness, in just a few weeks. It looks like vegetables take ‘a little bit’ longer to grow, than I imagined they would. ūüôā Also, telling them apart from the weeds proved to be an almost impossible¬†mission.

With the first radish making it on the plate, I must say, I was never more excited, than when I ate something I planted with my own hands! Very rewarding feeling!

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A tomato seedling and harvesting the first radish

Getting the garden ready for the warm season can be an interesting experience, especially when you have a lot of animals in the area. The more time we spend in nature, the more we see.

From all types of amazing birds, to frogs, to deer, to Jack rabbits, call the surroundings their home. Mother Nature surely provided the ultimate entertainment.

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Deer running on the field, a Jack Rabbit, Birds and a beautiful Bird Nest

On top of all,  the flowers are all blossomed now, and filled the garden with amazing colors, while the cherries and prunes are growing nicely.

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Prunes and Cherries

Some of you might remember the post about planting white and purple tulips, from¬†last autumn. Well, here they are. Absolutely gorgeous¬†and I¬†can’t be happier, considering that¬†it was my first try at planting bulbs, and I succeeded!

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Tulips and other garden flowers

Welcome back summer, we missed your warm colorful music!


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