How Our Garden Grows

  1. My dream is to oneday have a butterfly and hummingbird garden. Some day. Not today. It’s too hot out now.

    • Anonymous says:

      I know the feeling! I haven’t even been able to get our hummingbird feeders out this summer- and hummingbirds are EVERYWHERE around here! :/

  2. charlesandsara says:

    That is an awesome set up! I like how the bed is raised – no more leaning/bending to the ground. And I like the fence – that would help a lot with the groundhogs/rabbits that have been munching in my garden.

  3. Melissa says:

    So much cuter than the orange 5-gallon plastic buckets our veggies and herbs are growing in. 🙂

    • SubTurm says:

      That’s actually a great idea. I have a few VERY SMALL full-sun spots on my deck- I guess I could always plant tomatoes in a plastic bucket there. Thanks for the advice, even if you didn’t know you were giving it! ;D

  4. Funny and cool. I love the design of the garden! I am also a world wide known plant killer (I’ve killed plants in at least three different countries) and I am also succeeding (to my utter shock) with a garden this summer. If fact, I have organized a neighborhood wide pumpkin growing contest, which is an idea that I read in Family Fun Magazine. I’ve been supplying my neighbors with the pumpkin seedlings which I have grown from seeds! I think one of the secrets here is the kids. I think they are the perfect age for all of this!

    • SubTurm says:

      That’s awesome, Kathy! How cool that you’re succeeding with your own garden. It really is a great feeling, don’t you think? 🙂

  5. Anonymous says:

    LOVE the self contained garden! We built one years ago but it looks NOWHERE near as nice as that.

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