Friday, November 30, 2018

Tangled Garden 8



















Tangled Garden 8

As I walked around Tangled Garden, I photographed the flowers (and there were many varieties), plants, and berries, but there were other interesting things to see there.  Stone walkways, rock gardens and an interesting tree that looks like someone "trained" it to grow with an oval in it.

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Thursday, November 29, 2018

Tangled Garden 7














Tangled Garden 7
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What amazed me about the fruit trees in the Tangled Garden was that the berries were nearly ripe in early July.  They are about 4 - 6 weeks ahead of mine here on the Avalon Peninsula.

It was there that they used straw for mulching around the fruit trees.  This year, I tried the same as an experiment.  To be honest, it kept down most weeds, except for dandelions.  I will probably use it again in future years since I can get lots around here.

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Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Tangled Garden 6













Tangled Garden 6

Yesterday was the first day that there were no bounced Photo of the Day emails!  I will continue with the new format for a while to see how it goes.  

Today, I am continuing with flowers and plants at the Tangled Garden.

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Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Tangled Garden 5











Tangled Garden 5

I didn't realize that my photos of Tangled Garden would turn into another Flower Series, but when I think back on my visits there, they offered jams, jellies, and other products from plants in their gift shop.  It would make sense that they would have lots of plants growing on their property.

I purchased a couple of items there and have to admit that they were very tasty.  If you look back on the back-lit photos on Day 1 of this series, you will notice sprigs of herbs in some bottles.  The jam I purchased had a sprig of thyme in it.  

Since my visits there, I have been making my own jams and jellies.  I have wild raspberries and blueberries as well as rhubarb, gooseberries, red currants and black currants growing on my property.  I also have several herbs and spices including thyme, lemon thyme, mint, and two types of oregano, but haven't considered using them in my jams or jellies.  


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