My Colorado Garden

For those of you keeping track, here’s how the garden and yard looked in the third week in July.
Backyard garden, late July, 2011

Backyard garden, late July, 2011

The peas just dried up one day! But the tomatoes are doing great.

The peas just dried up one day! But the tomatoes are doing great.

It's a forest of tomatoes!

It's a forest of tomatoes!

It's a forest of tomatoes and a single zuchinni

It's a forest of tomatoes and a single zuchinni

Tomatoes were still green on July 23rd.

Tomatoes were still green on July 23rd.

Lots of cucumbers!

Lots of cucumbers!

Lots of cucumbers!

Lots of cucumbers!

The green and purple beans are doing well.

The green and purple beans are doing well.

Salad and chives

Salad and chives

And a cute little sweet pea

And a cute little sweet pea

More soon!

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