Growing

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Much is growing on the farm! I love watching all the plants from seedlings and transplants to full-fledged fruit. This year we have so many veggies! Tomatoes, summer squash and zucchini, cabbages, broccoli, onions, watermelons, honeydew, cantaloupe, potatoes, blueberries and cucumbers to name most of them.

It takes so much effort and so much work! But it is SO worth it when we sit down to a meal and all the vegetables are from the farm, freshly picked that morning. There is so much reward and beauty in hard work. ♥ I just love the colors God chose to put in the garden veggies: the various shades of green, the faint blue undertones in the cabbage and broccoli leaves and the pops of yellow from cucumber blossoms and summer squash. And I love to see the fresh morning dew sparkling on the leaves when I come down early in the morning. I think that’s my favorite time of the day; it’s so quiet out and the sun is still coming up, the air is cooler and everything is fresh with dew-drops. ♥

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8 thoughts on “Growing

  1. Allison says:

    These are such lovely, light, pretty photos, dear! Gardening is great. <3 (Even though we don't have a very big or nice garden this year. :/ Oh well.)

  2. Hannah E.S says:

    As a artist, colors are a HUGE deal to me. Its so hard to figure out which one I like the most! Green has MANY vibrant shades that just yells out ‘I’M ALIVE!’, but you also have the calm feeling colors, like mint. A shy looking color, thats sometimes light and airy. Well, it depends on what kind of shade of mint we’re talk’n about. 😀

  3. Samantha Sky says:

    This made my mouth water! When will these scrumptious delicacies be for sale? My mom and I just started a diet called “whole 30″ today and vegetables, fruits, and meats are pretty much the only things we can eat (in other words, i’m fixin to die:). Some freshly grown veggies and fruits would make this torturous diet a bit easier…..

    • Aria says:

      Hmm, soon, I hope! I asked Muttie about it and I shall email you once we can share/sell. 😉 And that diet doesn’t sound TOO bad…it sounds pretty much like what I went on a few months ago. But going without bread is pretty bad for the first week or so…

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