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Thursday, September 3, 2015

#ShareMyGarden, a visual garden update

Yesterday I learned that #sharemygarden is a hashtag used on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook when people share photos of their gardens.  Thanks for teaching me about this hashtag, Amy of Get Busy Gardening! She shared a video of her local community garden on Facebook, and she asked readers to also share their garden using #sharemygarden. So I am! And I look forward to perusing others' hashtagged photos to become inspired by their gardens!


  1. Awesome, thanks for sharing!! Your peppers look amazing.

    Amy from Get Busy Gardening!

    1. Thank you! I'm so excited that the bell peppers are doing well. I have to admit, though, that I bought the jalapeño pepper plant on Monday from a local farm & feed shop with the peppers already growing! Hopefully they all keep growing strong :)

  2. Your garden is inspiring. Yesterday I planted some new ground cover plants to cover bare areas in our front yard, and I'm still nursing some potted plants in the backyard, including a young tomato plant. It's very relaxing and therapeutic!

    1. I agree that it's relaxing and therapeutic! I take time out of my early morning routine to check on the plants and water if needed, and it's such a great way to start the day. I should look into ground cover options that would withstand our hot and sunny yard. Thanks for commenting!


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