Garden Photography

I recently went out to the garden to take some pictures of the gorgeous zinnias we planted, but I decided to take pictures of the other ripening produce as well.First of all, the green beans. I’m not a huge green bean enthusiast, although canned green beans can taste pretty good. The rows of green beans look kind of pretty and I took some pictures of their small white blossoms as well.

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I took the most Zinnia pictures. I don’t really like how they always have some wrinkled petals and ours that we grow are never very finished looking, but I do love their bright colors.

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The tomatoes have really interesting blossoms. I like the smell of tomatoes, and I love tomato sandwiches. 😀

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These next few pictures are cucumbers or zucchini. I didn’t know which leaves were which, so I just combined the two. And I suppose I’ll continue my garden reviews – I don’t really love cucumbers or zucchini, but they aren’t bad. I like pickles and zucchini relish!

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Mom planted some marigolds in between the peppers and tomatoes, but they haven’t bloomed yet. I think marigolds are pretty and really unique, but I like taller flowers. 🙂

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We have some volunteer dill in our asparagus/strawberry patch. I like dill because it looks kind of flowery.

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I was just thinking about how we hadn’t found any black swallowtail caterpillars on our dill this year yet when I saw this chubby guy on a dill stalk nearby. (He’s now in a chrysalis in a jar in our kitchen.)

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I hope you enjoyed this veggie/flower review and photography post. 🙂

what’s your favorite kind of flower?

which photo is your favorite?

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56 thoughts on “Garden Photography

  1. Your garden is so beautiful! I LOVE zinnias and grow them every year, and I can definitely relate to how they never look totally finished. 😉 And the caterpillar was so cute, I’ve done that before and it’s so fun to get up one day and find a beautiful butterfly in the jar! 😀

    You should do another garden review like when the produce is bigger! I’d love to see that! 😀

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    1. Thanks Livy! Er… I guess my mom should be the one thanking you. XD Yeah, that’s always kind of annoyed me, but I still love them. Poppies are my favorite though!
      Yeah! We did it last year (or maybe two years ago) and had a lot of fun! We just found a smaller one yesterday. 🙂
      ~Megan~

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