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Early Summer Gardens Texas Ranch Bed and Breakfast

August 26th, 2010 by Pamela Murski

The summer brought on the grasshoppers and leaf cutters but the gardens  transitioned beautifully from Spring to Summer producing zinnias, gladiolus, sweet peas, roses, flowering basils, incredible cardoon blossoms, and so much  more.  Our  vegetable gardens at the B&B were chock  full of cucumbers, squash, thyme, fennel, colorful swiss chard, bell peppers, basil, yellow and red tomatoes.  We spied this fun cucumber that we had missed that was now firmly entrenched in the landscaping timbers!  What were your gardens like this summer?

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