A Whole Bunch of Garden Photos…

Today I was able to take a whole bunch of garden photos, including some fruits, vegetables, flowers and other stuff in my garden. So if you have the bandwidth, check behind the cut.

Vegetables

Cucumbers
Cucumber

Hungarian Hot Wax Pepper
Hungarian Hot Wax Pepper

Pepperoncini
Pepperoncini

Baby Zuchini
Baby Zuchini

Sweet 100 Tomatoes
Sweet 100 Tomatoes

Newly transplanted Bok Choy
Newly transplanted Bok Choy

Flowers

Begonia
Begonia

Succulent Flower (I forgot this succulent’s name)
Succulent Flower

Flamingo Flower or Brazilian Plume Flower
Flamingo Flower

Coreopsis
Coreopsis

Clematis seed pod
Clematis

Fushia
Fushia

Radish
Radish Flowers

Lettuce
Lettuce Flowers

Young Hollyhock
Young Hollyhock

Garlic
Garlic

Young Gladiola
Young Gladiola

Hydrangea
Hydrangea

Fruits

Apples and Fushia
Apples and Fushia

Figs
Figs

Persimmons
Persimmons

Plum
Plum

Pear
Pear

Calamansi
Calamansi

Calamansi Leaves
Calamansi Leaves

Other Garden Stuff

Me
Me

Black Ladybug?
Black Ladybug?

Mickey
Mickey

p.s. Sorry for the image quality, my camera is acting up.

Also posted in gardening, entry: 691466

  • Everything looks so fresh and beautiful! You are quite the gardener! I want to grow more vegetables. And fruit trees!

    I love Mickey!

    • Thank you for you compliments :) I really love growing vegetables and I hope to try other vegetables as time goes by. My father was the one who was into fruit trees. Now that he has passed away, my mom and I are caring for them now.

      Mickey makes me smile. He was a back scratcher I had when I was a kid. Now he’s found a home in my garden :)

  • Is this all on your property?
    Everything looks awesome!!!
    My favorite flower is the flamingo!

    • Thank you… and yes, all these plants are in our garden… (and that’s not even a fraction of what we have) It’s very crowded, but the plants and I adjust :)

  • Anonymous

    Black Ladybug

    Hi; I just found this very same insect on one of my rose bushes. I’ve lived here (in the Willamette Valley Oregon) practicly my entire life and I’ve never seen this critter before. I was wondering what it was exactly, it looks a lot like a ladybug – same size, same diet. Maybe it’s an introduced variety…