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You both sure have a green thumb! Your garden and pots are beautiful. Do you enjoy doing it? I think what looks so pretty is the varied colors and heights in your pots.


I love lemon verbena, smells so good. Pineapple sage is another nice herb, if you're looking for anything else.

Love that fir you bought, the white one the needles is so pretty.


Haha - accidentally weeded a pepper plant - see, that would be me, I'd have nothing BUT weeds in my garden because I wouldn't be able to tell! Love the flowers you got and that tree looks and sounds wonderful.


Everything looks so pretty, Rebekah! It looks like you and Jon are doing a great job.


My neighbor just told me I could plant in the front garden here...herbs it is! Your garden is looking so lovely...I've always found weeding to be somewhat therapeutic (though seam ripping which is the crafting equivalent drives me nuts!!)


gorgeous gorgeous!
i'm completely coveting that blue pot with all the wonderful greens!


Your garden is amazing! I love all the herbs that you have planted and the flowers, they all look so lovely! And smell fantastic I'm sure.


Your garden is looking great. Thanks for the photo tour! I have a blue herb pot just like yours. Usually my rosemary grows in that one! I am thinking of having some different thymes for all the little holes.


you both are doing a great job with the garden!! your herbs looks amazing and tho flowers are so beautiful!!


Ah -- an enabler. My husband sticks to mowing and weedwacking. He doesn't care at all about the flowers and veggies. You're lucky for the company. And don't feel too badly about losing a few -- last year, I lost about 14 tomato plants to frost. I wanted to cry.


I'm going to enjoy reading your blog because...

my graduation is in two weeks time for my Master's.

your lovely photos. I would like your permission to use your photos to make new hand dyed threads. You can read more about from my shop (you can access via my blog).

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