Garden Report: If you can’t grow grass, grow a meadow!

The weather has been particularly fine for growing weeds. Lots of heat, sun and rain. Our backyard was looking tatty, but daisies have been popping up.

Instructions to the lawn mowing technician, (my son) mow around anything that looks like a flower. Now we have a nicely developing meadow. The Tomatoes and Hot peppers are doing nicely, and the miniature Roses in the front garden are gorgeous.

The meadow 

Wild flowers in the backyard

My plan is to eventually mow a path to the chairs under the Tree 

The Daisies

The Tomatoes and Hot Peppers 

Left frame: Lavender, Celebrity Tomatoes and jalapeno Peppers

More Tomatoes 

Left frame: Early Girl Tomatoes, Sweet 100 tomatoes, Sage.

I am going to plant Everbearing Strawberries in the centre frame

The Roses are amazing!

miniature Roses, past gifts from my guys for special occasions :0)

Well things are popping up all over, will post more as things grow! 

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