Thursday, July 15, 2010

Thursday's theme

It's easy to find a color theme in the garden if you look...


Pretty in purples at . . .

8 comments:

Sharrie said...

Beautiful photos. They lost some of their glamor when the "fourth of July" stuff popped up on the blog. Sure wish I had all that wonderful produce here. We just have tons of rain!

Mom L said...

Gorgeous! I'm drooling over the berries....

Nancy in Iowa

Kathy in KY said...

What great shades of purple - which is my favorite color, by the way. I, too, am drooling over the berries. Thanks for sharing such beauty with us today, Michelle. Take care, from KY.

Deb W said...

Beautiful! Gotta love those eggplants! The cabbage is striking too, on several levels - color - the swirling leaves remind me of spinning - and the perfection of the plant itself. My brussels sprouts and broccoli leaves are full of tiny holes. What do you do to keep yours pest free?

Michelle said...

Deb, we haven't done anything other than a ground application of slug killer when they were first planted back in May. Perhaps you have hungrier bugs in KY?

Another berry is ripening now - can't remember if it's boysen or marion, but I'll add it's picture to this post.

Franna said...

YUM!!! Now I'm really hungry!

sheepsclothing said...

Beautiful purples! Makes me want to go dye some fleece- :)

Candy T said...

Beautiful pictures. The grove and garden are where I get my color choices for dyeing wool. Right now I am spinning my "Raspberry Patch" and I have started knitting my "Peony Bush". I don't think there is any place better to find color schemes.