Monday, November 29, 2010

Community Garden Vegie Patch




Still plentiful food at my community garden vegie patch.

Have layered the plants  this year as an attempt to provide shade to overcome the summer heat.






Marigolds, and the lavender hedge planted along the side of the patch are helpful pest deterrents.

The lavender fragrance in particular appears to confuse.

The white eggplant is producing many eggplants.

Its seeds are being saved to try to replicate its unique color.















The purple climbing beans are another favorite as are the sweet yellow cherry tomatoes.





13 comments:

Stone Art said...

Looking good, yum I love yellow cherry tomatos

Sue said...

Looks gorgeous!

EG Wow said...

The garden looks lush and well cared for!

Donnie said...

I love the photos of the garden. Just lovely. Happy Outdoor Wednesday.

meemsnyc said...

White eggplants are so pretty! Thanks for visiting my blog.

Linda said...

I love the white eggplants...I have never tried those...I usually grow the Japanese eggplant! That's a wonderful garden!

Ann Kroeker said...

Beautiful...so beautiful. All that delicious and healthy food just hanging around, waiting to be plucked and prepared. And photographed!

Oh, yes...and eaten!

Beth said...

Your garden looks so beautiful. It is almost winter where I live - no plants, but a little greenish brown grass. We had the privilege of travelling to a warmer climate to visit my daughter and son-in-law recently and that was great!
Beth

Melodie said...

I love how beautiful community gardens are. Your plot is no exception.

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Rambling Woods said...

I really enjoy seeing your garden as mine is buried in snow...

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