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We were busy planting green beans, bell peppers, tomatoes, lettuce, kale, carrots and broccoli.
Our spring flowers have started standing tall and pretty in our various flower beds. These include: red tulips, red and yellow roses, yellow daffodil’s, purple and yellow crocus flowers, and we are anxiously waiting and hoping for our hydrangea bush to bud this year.
What is growing in your garden?
We are getting our herb garden going! Lemon balm, yummy basil, mint, and parsley!
I would like to thank my father, Jere Wilson, for sharing all of these beautiful pictures with us that were taken in and around the gardens of the Ballentine-Spence House.
~ Anna & Brean Campbell