A change of season is so refreshing…

Another growing season has come to an end. With all the added work in the yard this year, I am welcoming the season change. Plus fall in MN is just beautiful!!

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And still opportunities to make a wish…
Here’s a peek at our main growing area…


I can’t complain, 2019 was a great growing season! It started off slow but then picked up.

This year proved if you put in the time you’ll reap the benefits. Many gardens were created, maybe too many. But it was something I’ve always wanted to do, but never made the time. This year was different, it was my therapy.

My favorite garden we created was the Bee Garden. I can’t tell you how many people I seen just simply stopping for a picture, and walking by with a big smile. Or simply just telling me how beautiful, or how much joy it brought them this summer as they drove by. I think the bees and butterflies loved it just as much as us!



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I believe growing flowers in your yard can benefit your vegetables too! This year we seen way more bees flying around because of the new gardens. I guess that’s one of the reasons we created the bee garden.

One plus to this rainy summer was not having to water. And with gardens that consume most of my yard, I was so thankful!!

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Some years it has been a tomato year and other years a pumpkin year. Basically anything that is growing in abundance we’ll call it their year. But this year we are definitely calling it a GOURD year!!

I wonder what we’ll call next year? Hmm…

❤️April

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