Garden in June- part II

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Today I am posting part two of my garden photos from June. This part is all about growing your own food- fruit and veg. June is the month of strawberries and wild strawberries. I started growing them few years ago, no bought ones are this sweet. I know we get fewer from one bush, as I don’t overfeed them or spray them with any chemicals. Sometimes snails are faster than me and get the ripest ones first, but who cares- we all live here in this little garden, we all deserve some yuminnes 😉

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Gaba wrote me a text from school camp commanding that I do not touch the red currants, which are oddly her fav fruit in the garden. Go figure!

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Miss Java loves the berries too- she loves to be served some during our walks in the garden.

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I am starting to believe I will be able to taste my fist organic apple from my own garden! Fingers crossed- this one is called Ananas Berżenicki and is an old variety that used to be grown near Wilno, where all my grandparents lived before the second World War. I waited five years for it to bloom for the first time.

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Can’t wait for all those beautiful blueberries to ripen.

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This is another part of the garden where I grow my tomatoes, squash, rhubarb and mulberry. Hoping for non fungal year 🙂 Silly me 😉

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Hope you enjoyed the walk. Grow your own! 🙂 Hugs

Marta

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