My nana (5’3) in front of her Easter lilies she started planting in 1996 they come back every spring.
/r/gardeningNice clip of our garden in the rain today
/r/gardeningMy grandma admiring the rhododendron she grew in her backyard in Eugene, Oregon.
/r/gardeningMy new black eyed Susan’s are perfect!
/r/gardeningI started a gardening business this year. Here is my latest project. It's a garden renovation, this is only half
/r/gardeningIt is called green house.
/r/gardeningIt’s not much but I’m proud.
/r/gardeningI made wall planters to better highlight my favorite flower, Icelandic Poppies
/r/gardeningMy 1 yo avocado tree grown from seed
/r/gardeningCrepe myrtle in my neighborhood. My city is covered with these trees.
/r/gardeningWhen my 9th grader was a 2nd grader, he brought home a little marigold sprout. We’ve sown successive generations ever since and thus my simple marigolds are always my most treasured plants.
/r/gardeningMy three year has been playing in the yard by herself for an hour and just brought in this harvest pile. I love summertime
/r/gardeningMy grandma planted these yucca 25 years ago. Still blooming.
/r/gardeningMy Ruby Eclipse sunflowers finally bloomed!
/r/gardeningI know it’s not much, but I grew these zinnias from a few seeds at my library’s seed bank, and they’re doing amazing!
/r/gardeningI'm so jealous of my mom's sunflowers. Mine haven't even bloomed yet and hers look like this.
/r/gardeningWent in for a pepper, came out with this feller
/r/gardeningI haven’t seen many cactus dahlias here, so I thought I’d share a picture of my ‘Rebecca’s world’ :)
/r/gardeningYou can always trust butterfly bush to do its job
/r/gardeningWe have four blueberry bushes. Behold, our bountiful harvest!
/r/gardeningFrom garden to table: salted Chocolate Stripe tomato with shaved parmesan and fresh basil (also from the garden)
/r/gardeningLast year the deer got all my lilies. This year they got all but one bud on one plant. I guarded her and hoped. Today she bloomed. Roselily Natalia from Maplecrest Lilies.
/r/gardeningFirst carrots of the year!
/r/gardeningGot tired of picking.
/r/gardeningMillions of peaches
/r/gardeningAn INCREDIBLE harvest. I will feed my family for weeks to come :’)
/r/gardeningMaters - Southwest Missouri