What’s in Bloom – August 4, 2020

Black Eyed Suzies – a staple of New England summers
White phlox
The lilies keep coming
Lots of cherry tomoatoes
We harvested five big zucchini this morning and already made some zucchini bread.
A bit more fun

53 thoughts on “What’s in Bloom – August 4, 2020

  1. Nancy

    Good Morning Chris~
    I am enjoying the Black Eyed Susans. They are one of my favorites. I’ll be making a bouquet of them today.
    You are harvesting a bountiful of deliciousness!
    Happy Tuesday Chris, have a fabulous day!

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  2. photobyjohnbo

    Nice crop of cherry tomatoes. When I see photos like this, I always kick myself for not starting a potted tomato plant in the spring. I don’t have space on my condo “grounds” (which really belongs to the building) for any vegetable crops. One of the few things I miss about our decision to leave a house for apartment living.

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  3. Suzette Benjamin

    Great photos. Black eyed Suzie are a favorite (in fact anything flowerish that has part of my name 🤣 is a favorite). Love the beach themed photo at the end. Great post. Cheers. 😊🍍🌴

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  4. loisajay

    What a joy this must be to see every morning. Phlox….I have not seen that flower in quite a while. The entire garden is so pretty, Chris . Zucchini bread–I use the same recipe and make muffins, too. So good!!

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  5. Sandra

    A feast at your place! In the shark infested waters also, it appears. 🙂 That scene is so clever! Your flower captures are stunning! I love the first one especially. That bright yellow is like sunlight through the darkness. Well done friend!

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you. Yes, we have a shark infested lawn. Awww, I’m glad you liked the flower. They are one of my favorites. I hope your day is going well. Cheers!

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  6. Footprints

    I love the bright colors! I don’t think I have ever seen a phlox plant. I am sure it is beautiful! The white is so vibrant! It is such a great feeling to go to the garden and be able to create a meal.

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you. The white of the phlox really stands out in the garden almost announcing itself. We like being able to go outside and get fresh tomatoes for a salad or beans to go with dinner. My wife is the green thumb person in our home. She does an amazing job. Have a great day.

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