Saturday garden inspiration

Sharing a little glimpse of my garden that makes me happy.

Wishing you a very peaceful day.

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How is your garden growing?

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About Yanic A.

Hello to all of you and thank you for stopping by! My name is Yanic. I'm a wife to a wonderful husband, a mother of 2 beautifully complex and unique children and a lover of all things inspiring. Having started a personal journey of self discovery when I found out I was pregnant with my daughter 4 years ago, I've since embraced a daily life of simpler pleasures and gratitude. As we get to know each other, you will know me as a quilter, a gardener, a Tao cultivator, a vegetarian foodie, a true believer in a healthy family life as being the secret to my happiness and hopefully as time goes on, a friend... I will try to share with you my days as they unfold, speaking of my happy successes without censoring my challenges, trying to make this blog a true portrait of the ever-changing path that I have chosen for myself. I'm hoping to find in these pages others to share with and learn from, bringing to light the absolute connection in all things and people, showing this world as being a true community.
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8 Responses to Saturday garden inspiration

  1. My husband is the gardener in own home. He’s planted tomatoes, basil, rosemary and dill, hot peppers, a castor plant!, and some flowers. In addition we have the rhubarb that comes back so effortlessly. Everything looks healthy so far. Rain has come in “appropriate” amounts and timing. Though he is the one who tends it all, I’m the primary cook. I love cooking with homegrown ingredients! Can’t wait for this year’s harvest.

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    • Yanic A. says:

      I totally agree… nothing better than stepping out your back porch and picking your dinner! 🙂 This year is the first year we actually have apples. I counted 5. LOL! The tree is only 5 years old. But our crab apple tree is full. I stopped counting at 100. I guess home grown apple jelly is in store!!!!

      Thank you for stopping by and sharing! xo

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  2. sophiezest says:

    Apple jelly: yum. Back in the UK we have a large, old apple tree in our garden that produces apples bigger than a large grapefruit. I enjoyed making apple and lavender jelly; apple and bay was less successful because you couldn’t really taste the bay leaves.

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    • Yanic A. says:

      I’ve made apple jalapeno… SOOO good! The spice just catches you in the end. Really good on tart cheeses like goat cheese. 🙂

      Lucky you for the apple tree. It will be years until ours produces more that a small pound or 2. Ah well… We will take what we can get and go to local orchards for the rest.

      have a great week-end!

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  3. sophiezest says:

    At least you have local orchards. Before leaving the UK we planted several more apple trees and a plum, hoping that they would begin to fruit by the time we return (next year). Fingers crossed… Have a lovely weekend!

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  4. Hope you are having a lovely day my friend. xo

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