If there is something that I really like and enjoy, it’s nature and everything related to nature. When spring comes it’s like something wakes up inside me, and everything I want is to be outside. Maybe it’s because of my office job, I don’t know, but only I know it’s that I like my backyard and my garden.
Garden relaxes me and I enjoy all those colors, smells, and tastes.
Like everybody, I also have a marketplace and local shops with fruits and vegetables, but I always like the feeling of going into my garden to pick the freshest and most fragrant vegetables that I can find for my family and myself.
Here are some pictures of my garden taken this morning…
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We call it “Vineyard peaches”. These types of peaches are very disease resistant and can be obtained from plant seeds.
We have two grape sorts, Chasselas and Merlot.
I don’t know which type of apple tree is this one that we have, but it’s great for making apple pies.
This cherry is sweet. I adore making organic cherry juice for winter, but to be honest we always drink it before 🙂
The picture is taken this morning so there is no fruit anymore, we picked it already.
Not sure why, but I’m not a big fan of fig tree, but my son loves it and that is enough reason to plant it into my garden.
A useful thing for your orchard
Ohhh how we like tomatoes 🙂 I prepare tomato juice for winter. I prepare delicious meals using tomato juice including tomato soup.
Pepper – Paprika
We use it mostly for the salad, but if I have extra cucumbers I put them in the jar for the winter.
No matter how much I’m trying to find baby potatoes, I can’t find what I’m looking for. The potatoes that I buy at the market, it’s not even close to the baby potatoes from the garden.
A useful thing for your garden
There are so many delicious meals that you can prepare using zucchini. We love fried zucchini with mashed potatoes as a side dish.
I hope you enjoyed walking through my garden. I will update you when everything is ripe and ready for harvest.