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August 29, 2013


Belinda Webster

Sherelle your property is amazing and a testament to how hard you must work! Would love a post on the flowers you plant in amongst your vegetable patch! Being a newbie, some look familiar and others I'm not so sure! TFS


Everything is so beautiful. Seeing your awesome onion harvest made me wonder how do you store your onions? Maybe the better question is - how do you prepare your onions to store? We've never had good luck keeping them in storage for very long.
(That little goat is a cutie.)


I just happened to find your blog from a link to a link off of Pinterest! I LOVE Pinterest just for the simple fact that it helps me find amazing artists LIKE YOU!!! Your pictures are captivating and the colors are so vibrant! I'll be a constant stalker! :)


I am always inspired by your garden, I have you pinned all over my pinterest page, LOL!


What an incredible garden! I wish I had the space to do that in my yard. I love that you have flowers mixed in as well - adds to all the existing color!


oh my gosh! your garden is beautiful! i'm going to bookmark this post so i can return again and again during the winter....just for inspiration! One question, how do you keep your tomatoes upright? Mine sprawled everywhere and I have just never come up with a good solution to that. thanks for the pictures!


Your garden is beautiful and your harvest looks amazing!


I totally agree with what you said about the little seed. I love gardening and harvesting every year! LOVE your pictures!


Oh your photos always make me smile and what an inspiring post to take my little container garden for an expansion project! And please don't apologize for how many photos you post. I love them!

Tk oler

Sherelle you totally inspire me. I guess it's time to pull my onions:) thanks for sharing!

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