Enjoying The Organic Vegetables From The Garden

in Natural Medicine9 days ago

Finally the time has come to enjoy the fruits of the garden, or the fruit of our work if you like. It's the sweetest moment of the season, harvesting and enjoying good, healthy and organic vegetables and fruits.


Onion and Garlic

Obviously it's still early, so there's only onion and garlic, but if I want to be precise, only onion as garlic we grow for winter and we don't eat it this early.

Onions are already ok for consumption, but they need to grow more as right now are small.



Cucumber seedlings are still tiny, but the poles and the net is ready. We always use a net to help cucumber climb for various reasons. It is easier to keep an eye on the harvest if you see where they are, it is growing faster because it is not sitting in the dark under the leaves and especially not sitting on a wet ground, in case there's too much rain, case in which it is exposed to a lot of diseases.




Peas are flowering nicely, which means after the flowers pods must show up shortly. However, there's still a good couple of months till we get peas. This is just one row, a small one to have for the summer.



Tomatoes will have the same system, almost. It will not be a net, but strings that help them climb.



I'm so happy to see so many fruits as these bushes are pretty young and already bearing a lot of fruits. This is the green type but very tasty.





This pink peony is also flowering and has a lovely scent, filling the whole front yard with it, even the street. The problem is it is gone in a couple of days. The farmers market is full of peony, people are buying it as it's nice but in two days the whole house is full of petals, so i prefer to leave it as it is.



Running petunia

Running petunia is a must, we have some each year. It's a nice accessory to brighten the landscape.

Unfortunately I've been struggling with PeakD for the past hour and could not make it work. This post is posted through hive.blog and I'm sorry to say, I don't like it. It lacks a lot of things, it's strange and difficult.


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Wow! Congratulations on such a wonderful reaping season!! Your garden looks so beautiful and you have a nice variety.

I love the smell of peony!

I’m glad I visited. Seeing your garden really inspires me more to keep going. This year was our first year and we’re using it as a practice/learning time. If all goes well we will expand next year and sow much more :D

Thank you my dear friend, I'm glad I could do some good with my post.

I'm also glad to hear you're trying gardening. It's a lot of work and constant learning, but it pays out beautifully.

Expanding is definitely a good idea if you have the necessary space.
Wishing you good luck and if you need help, don't hesitate to contact me 🤗


Oh my gosh I’m learning how much work it actually is. The fact that it is so rewarding is what’s keeping me focused. 😄

Thanks so much sweet friend ~

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Wow! I love Plants a lot.

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I will like to visit an onion and garlic farm.

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Such a beautyfull bountiful harvest :D I am so happy for you SiStar <333

Bright Blessings & Reiki Love <333

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Wow such a beautiful and fantastic harvest. A so happy for you and I will like to go for onions and garlic farm too

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Such a beautiful and organized garden... at our place, it's one big chaos of edible plants lol. I totally forgot about gooseberries. My mom used to make jam from them when I was a small kid! Have a beautiful day and happy harvesting in a few months!