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Bye June. 

I took these pictures (except the one above) in the late evening and it was getting dark really quick. So the pictures look a little incoherent with the different lighting but I´ve decided I actually really like that they tell that story. So, here goes.

I am sorry, I just can´t get over the lavender.

Or that rose. 

So many flowers in the veggie garden, and lots more to come.

Tomatoes! Soon.

Hi Emma, hi pumpkins!

Quite dark by now which makes that rose pop even more. 
Have a happy week!  

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Reader Comments (8)

Again.......very beautiful photo's of your veggie garden!
Your Lavender is so so beautiful! Do you dry the Lavender? I envy you! Lavender does not grow here
in my garden it just disappears.........
I love it when there are lot's of flowers blooming in a veggie garden just like you do.
Do you use your flowers in the kitchen? For instance in salads?
May I ask you what the name is of the beautiful pink rose on your last picture?
Thank you very much for sharing the beautiful photo's of your garden!
Enjoy the summer!

July 2, 2017 | Unregistered Commenterinkiemulder

Hallo Katrin,
wunderschöne Bilder und so ein wunderschöner Garten - hach.

Kannst du mir verraten, wie die Rose im letzten Bild heißt und ob sie intensiv riecht?

Liebe Grüße,

July 3, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterLinda

Your gardens are so beautiful. The lavender and roses are breathtaking!

July 3, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterMelanie

How beautiful! At first I thought you were on holiday somewhere in France. So pretty. Also the roses. And also Emma. :-)

July 4, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterTanja

Ah, and also the other flowers, so pretty. Envy your tomatoes. Sorry for two comments, felt a bit overwhelmed.

July 4, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterTanja

The lavender river is stunning. I'm usually torn...wanting to pick lavender for drying, for indoors and for it to have a second flowering, but also wanting to leave it. Last season I left it and the bees were happy. The flowers in and around your vegetable garden are so pretty and cheerful. It's all just lovely!

July 6, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterSally

Inkie - I don´t cut and dry the lavender, it´s too pretty like this! And I don´t use the flowers in salads, but I plan to make some teas with some them. I don´t know the name of the rose by the chicken coop, it was a gift!

Linda - ich weiß leider den Namen der Rose nicht, sie war ein Geschenk. Aber wenn es dich tröstet, nein sie duftet fast gar nicht :-)

Thank you Melanie and Tanja!

Sally - I don´t cut the lavender, it´s just too lovely! :-) I do cut it once it´s done with flowering though.

July 6, 2017 | Registered CommenterKatrin

Huhu Katrin,
danke für deine Antwort - schade, dass sie nicht duftet, da kommt sie eher nicht in Frage.
Liebe Grüße,

July 8, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterLinda

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