We had our first Daddy Daughter gardening day today, and this is Callie's first harvest!
/r/gardeningThis yard is amazing
/r/gardeningMy first broccoli!
/r/gardeningI made a garden tub! 😁 Before and after pics in comments.
/r/gardeningFirst post on r/gardening! I just dug up my first garden from scratch. Lots of roots to pull out and hard work mixing in new soil, but I’m finally done and ready to plant! The plot is 9’x11’, and I’ll definitely be posting more as the plants grow. Any tips appreciated!
/r/gardeningGot some quality root porn for you guys. This was on 8 days since planting.
/r/gardeningPeace and tranquility
/r/gardeningArranged my first succulents, oddly satisfied by the result
/r/gardeningjust arrived in the mail - Australien Finger Lime
/r/gardeningOur container garden! Found all the black pots in the woods from previous tenants. 🌱
/r/gardeningJust got 150 potatoes in the ground. Ill update in july!
/r/gardeningMy happy place!!! Pansies, marigolds, jasmine and a crepe myrtle ❤️🐝🌼
/r/gardeningcrosspost. a man with his plants
/r/gardeningI thought I’d give everyone an update on my magnolia tree. Since it’s 80+ degrees for the first time this year, they fully bloomed in a matter of hours! The bottom right was this morning. They’re massive!
/r/gardeningGrew my first strawberry!
/r/gardeningInspired by Pinterest, my boyfriend made me this today!
/r/gardeningI guess aloe plants can bloom? Who knew?
/r/gardeningWe’re under lockdown, so our little garden became our wedding venue today
/r/gardeningGreetings from Medusa!
/r/gardeningMeet "Lilly" she's a nice gal. She likes a cool breeze on her face and beautiful sunrises.
/r/gardeningWish me luck guys
/r/gardeningNot bad for a complete newbie! #QuarantineSeedlings
/r/gardeningNow I know I’ve said I didn’t want lawn but a little bit doesn’t hurt, right?
/r/gardeningThought this belonged here
/r/gardeningNew addition... replaced some struggling Ixoras with these Hawaiian Sundown hibiscus.
/r/gardeningMy magnolia tree on a beautiful spring morning!
/r/gardeningKaffir Limes from my tree
/r/gardeningSome crocus and an iris