July Garden 2011

The weather has gone into Inland Empire summer mode – this is the time of year when I dream of my beach cottage getaway. I would leave in May and not come back until September, possibly October.  Despite the heat, my garden is doing great.  My melon patch has turned into a rogue squash patch.  Last year’s goose neck squash kept popping up, so I let four of the plants grow.  Well, here is the result.  I even got some strange hybrid? white squash looking things.  Not  sure I will even try to eat them:

And here is my beautiful Temple Fire Bougainvillea making a comeback after winter exposure:

Comments

  1. The Bougainvillea are such a gorgeous color! The white squash almost looks like some type of gourd!

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