alberta peach tree, Anna Campbell, Ballentine spense house, bean pole plants, growing green beans, growing peaches in the south, growing squash in the south, historical homes in the south, peach bell of georgia, tomato garden, using neem oil
Our green bean bushes however are doing much better! We have planted them in three different locations to see which would produce the best results and growing in pots by the side of the shed so far has been the best! The bean pods have started growing, very exciting to watch nature in action.
Our “knock out” roses are keeping to themselves this year, they may start coming back in early fall.
I had completely forgotten that we picked out two different types of bell peppers for this years crop. HA! To my surprise our adorable green bell peppers started turning bright orange over night! What a wonderful surprise that was in the morning.
Our tomato plants have been struggling in the summer heat we have been experiencing so far, but our rouge tomato bush is going gang busters!!! She has a bunch of blooms and seems to be getting ready for action.
Our two peach trees are getting stronger. Our “Peach Bell of Georgia” ripened her peaches the fastest. Our local squirrels enjoyed a delicious feast. Our “Alberta Peach” is still working on her peaches. We have been using Neem Oil on both peach trees and that has helped immensely with offensive and harmful bugs.
Off to the garden,
Anna & Brean Campbell