Gardening gardening

One month in and my garden is doing great.

One month in and my garden is doing great.

It’s a messy but filled to the brim with all types of food. My little corner of complete green

love a busy garden ❤ good job!!

looks amazing! just proves you don't need a huge space. make the most out of what you have! 😋

I love it! So much going on, but in a really good way.

Walked by this lovely front garden in Vancouver

Walked by this lovely front garden in Vancouver

That is so awesome. Looks like they even have a couple plants on the roof

My tiny 14 sq ft (1.3 m2) balcony garden. Can't wait for everything to be in full bloom!

My tiny 14 sq ft (1.3 m2) balcony garden. Can't wait for everything to be in full bloom!

I bet it's awesome to step out there and just be surrounded by plants =}

This is beautiful! Of the climbing plants on left, what's the name of the vine which is the furthest left?

That's so green for a balcony! I love it! Great relaxation spot!

Are those Dreamy Kiss Dahlias? Nice!

Welcome to my secret garden.

Welcome to my secret garden.

This is patio goals right here

Nice job you've done there!!!

This is the loveliest little place. I adore it.

Thank you ☺️ it’s my little oasis, I’m proud! There are 11 little tomato bushes tucked in there if you can believe it.

This beautiful two toned rose in my garden. I have never seen this before.

This beautiful two toned rose in my garden. I have never seen this before.

This is just a thought, but gently mark the stem with say a loose loop of yarn. Then ask around and find someone who can propagate roses from cuttings, and ask them if they'll teach you. It will most likely need to be grafted onto a rootstock, but if done properly you may have created your very own "sport", and it is possible (not guaranteed...) that you would end up with an entire vine/bush of these flowers! ...which you could then take further cuttings from and surround yourself with their magnificence!

It's so evil it just might work!

While OPs is probably a mutation, Kiss of Fires will show similar effects

https://garden.org/plants/view/4350/Rose-Rosa-Kiss-of-Fire/

They are indeed magnificent.

First time backyard gardener. Fruits of my labor (so far) 😊

First time backyard gardener. Fruits of my labor (so far) 😊

Salsa!

Wowww yummy!! You did a great job!! I've always heard you keep 1/3rd for you, 1/3rd for friends, and 1/3rd for nature or chance however you prefer it. Share the love for a bountiful harvest :)

Great job! Much better than I did my first year =}

Aw I like that a lot. We have given a lot of the sun gold tomatoes to family members. And my two year old has given a lot to the birds and bugs and whatnot 😂

My sister passed away suddenly at the age of 31 back on Friday October the 13th 2017. Her favorite flower was the sunflower. I planted Drop Dead Red for her. She would have loved it. This is my son and husband showing off how tall our first plant is. I miss her like crazy...

My sister passed away suddenly at the age of 31 back on Friday October the 13th 2017. Her favorit...
My sister passed away suddenly at the age of 31 back on Friday October the 13th 2017. Her favorit...

Condolences. Death is a very rough road to deal with. That’s a very beautiful flower and shows a great side to the mourning process. A dark, hard reality can bring a very beautiful and amazing moment.

I'm so sorry about your sister. Her flower is absolutely stunning. I don't think I've ever seen a sunflower that deep of red and I love it. I hope you continue to take comfort in gardening. It's helped me mourn and heal.

I appreciate your honesty. What a lovely symbolic gesture that will remind you of your sister. Your family seems very sweet and supportive, warm and loving. I'll be they help!

Greenhouse I built last year for my neighbour’s farm market.

Greenhouse I built last year for my neighbour’s farm market.

Thank you

It’s amazing.

Thank you. My neighbour liked it too

You sir are an artist besides a craftsman.

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