~~A DIY girls adventures in life and her garden.~~
I use only heirloom, non-gmo seeds for the healthiest garden I can grow!
Just found your blog from the Blog Hobnob link up! I'm excited to be following along now via Bloglovin' and GFC! Yay for a new blogging buddy :)
I'm really glad to have found this link (via Bacon time anything goes link up). I live in Tampa, FL and was just now wondering what to plant for our fall garden. I wanted to plant some pumpkins this year. Thanks for sharing.
I missed planting anything this year but have a small garden overrun with Mint! Have a Happy 4th - I hopped over from Katherine's Corner.
Stopping by from Inspire us Thursday to see your fabulous post. Blessings,Shari
Found you through the Cook it! Craft it! Share it! link party and am so happy I found this post! Pinning so I don't lose!! :)
we kind of got a late start and only planted 4 plants but they are coming along great. http://naturalbeautism.blogspot.com/
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Im glad I ound your blog, I was wondering what I could be planting during the hot months, I love the idea of getting started with some planting some fall seeds. Stopping over from Create With Joy!! Hope you can make your way over to share your links on Weekends Are Fun!!!Happy 4th of July!!
Hi Mary,It's hard to believe that it is already July! Where is the time going? It's time get busy with summer planting. Thank you so much for sharing July Seed Planting Guide at the Healthy, Happy, Green and Natural Blog Hop! I appreciate it!
Thank you for sharing on Green Thumb Thursday. Remember to add a link back to the blog hop.
Great, easy-to-follow guide. It helps folks to have the visual. We currently have sweet potatoes, peanuts and tomatoes growing. Not much luck so far with our pumpkin, but we'll give it another go!Thanks for sharing this post!
I can't wait to start some more herbs.
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