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Explore Producing Summer, In The Gardens, and more!

The final harvest was this... times three. And it keeps producing. Summer abundance. AND gratitude. Peace.

The Colors From The Garden

I like the idea of a few mason jars with candles being used at the event. Maybe a few behind the head table hanging from the arch and as part of the cupcake display. I'd also love to see a few of these tucked into the Rose Garden. Little touches of magic.

What's in Season? July Produce Guide

Eat seasonally with this guide to July fruits and vegetables. Find recipes and preparation tips at

How To Pick Fresh Produce

How To Pick Fresh Produce! Stop wasting money on icky fruits and vegetables and learn how to select the best ones!

The best way to plant raspberries using hugelkultur and permaculture principals, for drought tolerant, low maintenance and abundantly producing plants

Zinnia Benary's Giant Salmon Rose- first I recommend the Benary's Giant hybrids, I have been growing them for a while and they produce tall large flowering plants that are resistant to powdery mildew. The seeds are more expensive but they are worth it, and this particular color is amazing. Flowers look just like the picture and fellow gardeners often comment on how difficult it is to find zinnias in subtle color shades. #GrowYourOwnWedding

Junegrass (Koeleria macrantha) Junegrass (Koeleria macrantha) produces lustrous silver-green seedheads in early summer. The supporting foliage is an attractive green-gray color. June Grass grows actively when soil temps are cooler- spring and fall. It prefers full sun and dry, sandy soil. An excellent companion for shorter prairie flowers, such as Prairie Smoke and Lupine, Junegrass will not grow in clay. Also known as Prairie June Grass.