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  • This is the last post from @sarahs.socal.garden today! It has been awesome having her today! Go check out her profile and follow her. She is full of great information! 
Violas depicted above or a pansy is a great addition to add to your garden.  They cheer up any fall and winter garden with colorful blooms, plus they can survive a light frost.  Not only are these delicate flowers attractive, they're also edible.  Add to salads, sautée, or use as a garnish for desserts and cakes. 📸: @sarahs.socal.garden
  • This is the last post from @sarahs.socal.garden today! It has been awesome having her today! Go check out her profile and follow her. She is full of great information!
    Violas depicted above or a pansy is a great addition to add to your garden. They cheer up any fall and winter garden with colorful blooms, plus they can survive a light frost. Not only are these delicate flowers attractive, they're also edible. Add to salads, sautée, or use as a garnish for desserts and cakes. 📸: @sarahs.socal.garden
  • 43 1 1 hour ago
  • I know pumpkins are out of style with Christmas around the corner, but I finally roasted our jack-be-little pumpkins we grew over the summer! Did you know you can eat them?! We were trying out vegan recipes last month and I had found a yummy looking recipe from @thebakingfairy that I decided to try tonight. It was delicious! I had cut and cooked carrots, onions & mushrooms plus quinoa the other night to prep, then mixed it all in with soyrizo and the roasted pumpkin purée tonight. I topped them with Parmesan cheese (sorry, not vegan) and chives from my work garden. We will definitely grow these again next year for fun fall decor & recipes 🧡
  • I know pumpkins are out of style with Christmas around the corner, but I finally roasted our jack-be-little pumpkins we grew over the summer! Did you know you can eat them?! We were trying out vegan recipes last month and I had found a yummy looking recipe from @thebakingfairy that I decided to try tonight. It was delicious! I had cut and cooked carrots, onions & mushrooms plus quinoa the other night to prep, then mixed it all in with soyrizo and the roasted pumpkin purée tonight. I topped them with Parmesan cheese (sorry, not vegan) and chives from my work garden. We will definitely grow these again next year for fun fall decor & recipes 🧡
  • 36 7 1 hour ago
  • What A Wonderful World"

I see trees of green
Red roses too
I see them bloom
For me and you
And I think to myself
What a wonderful world

I see skies of blue
And clouds of white
The bright blessed day
The dark sacred night
And I think to myself
What a wonderful world

The colors of the rainbow
So pretty in the sky
Are also on the faces
Of people going by
I see friends shaking hands
Saying, "How do you do?"
They're really saying
"I love you"

What A Wonderful World"

I see trees of green
Red roses too
I see them bloom
For me and you
And I think to myself
What a wonderful world

I see skies of blue
And clouds of white
The bright blessed day
The dark sacred night
And I think to myself
What a wonderful world

The colors of the rainbow
So pretty in the sky
Are also on the faces
Of people going by
I see friends shaking hands
Saying, "How do you do?"
They're really saying
"I love you"

What A Wonderful World"

I see trees of green
Red roses too
I see them bloom
For me and you
And I think to myself
What a wonderful world

I see skies of blue
And clouds of white
The bright blessed day
The dark sacred night
And I think to myself
What a wonderful world

The colors of the rainbow
So pretty in the sky
Are also on the faces
Of people going by
I see friends shaking hands
Saying, "How do you do?"
They're really saying
"I love you"
#gardens #gardening #garden #flowers #nature #gardendesign #plants #gardeners #landscape #gardeninspiration #gardenlife #gardener #photography #gardensofinstagram #travel #green #naturephotography #flower #residential #commercial #liverpool #treework #liverpoolgardener #art #mossleyhill #aigburth #seftonpark #autumn #fischercogardening #bhfyp
  • What A Wonderful World"

    I see trees of green
    Red roses too
    I see them bloom
    For me and you
    And I think to myself
    What a wonderful world

    I see skies of blue
    And clouds of white
    The bright blessed day
    The dark sacred night
    And I think to myself
    What a wonderful world

    The colors of the rainbow
    So pretty in the sky
    Are also on the faces
    Of people going by
    I see friends shaking hands
    Saying, "How do you do?"
    They're really saying
    "I love you"

    What A Wonderful World"

    I see trees of green
    Red roses too
    I see them bloom
    For me and you
    And I think to myself
    What a wonderful world

    I see skies of blue
    And clouds of white
    The bright blessed day
    The dark sacred night
    And I think to myself
    What a wonderful world

    The colors of the rainbow
    So pretty in the sky
    Are also on the faces
    Of people going by
    I see friends shaking hands
    Saying, "How do you do?"
    They're really saying
    "I love you"

    What A Wonderful World"

    I see trees of green
    Red roses too
    I see them bloom
    For me and you
    And I think to myself
    What a wonderful world

    I see skies of blue
    And clouds of white
    The bright blessed day
    The dark sacred night
    And I think to myself
    What a wonderful world

    The colors of the rainbow
    So pretty in the sky
    Are also on the faces
    Of people going by
    I see friends shaking hands
    Saying, "How do you do?"
    They're really saying
    "I love you"
    #gardens #gardening #garden #flowers #nature #gardendesign #plants #gardeners #landscape #gardeninspiration #gardenlife #gardener #photography #gardensofinstagram #travel #green #naturephotography #flower #residential #commercial #liverpool #treework #liverpoolgardener #art #mossleyhill #aigburth #seftonpark #autumn #fischercogardening #bhfyp
  • 6 0 1 hour ago
  • LMFAO 🤣😂🤣😂 Stick to what you’re good at they say.... obviously....my talents are (but not limited to).....
🤣 entertainment for others (so much so he wanted to video me for future watching) 🤣 cracking myself up
🤣 the most unfashionable gardener (but wearing my T-boots, safety first)
🤣 providing others of self approval of their own singing voice once they’ve heard mine (You’re welcome!!)
🤣 embracing the outdoors/nature
🤣 acts of simple silliness 🤣 giving a helping hand to Mum 
P.S; no animals or ear drums were hurt in the making of this 😆🙌🏼
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#lol #inmyzone #entertainment #getoutside #gardeninspiration #dontbesoserious #beyourself
  • LMFAO 🤣😂🤣😂 Stick to what you’re good at they say.... obviously....my talents are (but not limited to).....
    🤣 entertainment for others (so much so he wanted to video me for future watching) 🤣 cracking myself up
    🤣 the most unfashionable gardener (but wearing my T-boots, safety first)
    🤣 providing others of self approval of their own singing voice once they’ve heard mine (You’re welcome!!)
    🤣 embracing the outdoors/nature
    🤣 acts of simple silliness 🤣 giving a helping hand to Mum
    P.S; no animals or ear drums were hurt in the making of this 😆🙌🏼
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    #lol #inmyzone #entertainment #getoutside #gardeninspiration #dontbesoserious #beyourself
  • 3 0 2 hours ago
  • She gets it 😍 She knows the difference between what flowers she can eat here and what she can’t. She snacks on Kale, Sugar Snap Peas and Sage (happens to be an incredible antimicrobial cleaner and known for promoting oral health) 🦷👌🏼 And she just always wants to be outside! #instarfamily #momlife
  • She gets it 😍 She knows the difference between what flowers she can eat here and what she can’t. She snacks on Kale, Sugar Snap Peas and Sage (happens to be an incredible antimicrobial cleaner and known for promoting oral health) 🦷👌🏼 And she just always wants to be outside! #instarfamily #momlife
  • 84 2 2 hours ago
  • Pimp Up Your Water! 
Pineapple with Apple Mint and Chocolate Mint from our garden! 
It all about getting in those extra vitamins, minerals wherever possible and of course water. I can’t express enough how important it is to get in your daily allowance of water. A good rule of thumb is 8 x 8 ounces of water but this can vary depending on your lifestyle, weight and climate. Adding fruit and herbs to your water will not only make it tastier but it will make it easier to hit your target.

Get drinking that water! 
#drinkwater #waterislife #summerdrinks #herbalife #gardeninspiration #naturopathy #naturespharmacy #ediblewildplants #vitaminboosters
  • Pimp Up Your Water!
    Pineapple with Apple Mint and Chocolate Mint from our garden!
    It all about getting in those extra vitamins, minerals wherever possible and of course water. I can’t express enough how important it is to get in your daily allowance of water. A good rule of thumb is 8 x 8 ounces of water but this can vary depending on your lifestyle, weight and climate. Adding fruit and herbs to your water will not only make it tastier but it will make it easier to hit your target.

    Get drinking that water!
    #drinkwater #waterislife #summerdrinks #herbalife #gardeninspiration #naturopathy #naturespharmacy #ediblewildplants #vitaminboosters
  • 1 0 4 hours ago
  • The M.O.R.E. Act is Passed in the House Judiciary Committee!! This is a major milestone in ending the prohibition of Cannabis.  More info, check out the link in our bio.⁠⠀
  • The M.O.R.E. Act is Passed in the House Judiciary Committee!! This is a major milestone in ending the prohibition of Cannabis. More info, check out the link in our bio.⁠⠀
  • 36 6 4 hours ago
  • So many insects are involved in the ecosystem of a vegetable garden.  Its easy to identify the common lady bug with its little red bodies and polka dot pattern yet, its also useful to identify the lady bug larvae so that you can encourage beneficial insect growth.
Heres a picture of the tiny yellow eggs which is the 1st stage of 7 the larvae grows through to become an adult lady bug.
The black insects surrounding the eggs are aphids which lady bugs love to snack on, so once the eggs mature they'll have plenty of food to eat if the aphids are still active. 📸: @sarahs.socal.garden
  • So many insects are involved in the ecosystem of a vegetable garden. Its easy to identify the common lady bug with its little red bodies and polka dot pattern yet, its also useful to identify the lady bug larvae so that you can encourage beneficial insect growth.
    Heres a picture of the tiny yellow eggs which is the 1st stage of 7 the larvae grows through to become an adult lady bug.
    The black insects surrounding the eggs are aphids which lady bugs love to snack on, so once the eggs mature they'll have plenty of food to eat if the aphids are still active. 📸: @sarahs.socal.garden
  • 135 5 4 hours ago
  • A single bean that changed my life perfectly sums up these beans. I grew these borlotti beans completely blind. In fact, I didn’t even know these were borlotti beans until very late in the season. You see, they were labeled ‘speckled cranberry’ at one of my master gardener meetings in February, a free seed packet I welcomed as I had mentally committed to exploring more dry beans this year. Like with the Fort Portal Jade beans, I only had a few seeds to plant. I thought the seeds looked interesting enough to grow and knew they were open pollinated pole beans, so decided to give them a little space and if I liked them I’d save more seed for 2020. And so they grew on the same tall bean trellis, taking up about the same meager space as the fort portal jade planting though producing slightly more, probably due to the larger bean size. For the amount of space I gave them, they seem really productive. One fabulous reason to grow shelling beans, if you need an excuse, is that like snap beans, they are edible as green beans as well dry shelling beans. In the case of these beans, they couldn’t be farther from a ‘green bean’. These works of art are mottled hot pink pods - and a late summer joy I spent several weeks swooning over. They were the most beautiful beans I’ve ever grown, and because pink, well, I plan to give them even more room next summer to really make a statement. The joy I derived from this experience was all thanks to the element of surprise because I had no idea it was going to add such a splash of color to my garden. I tend to be very structured in my garden planning, studying the plants I choose to add, complete with high expectations and knowledge of what they will look like at various stages. And breaking that tradition is what made this experience both possible and profound, and one of the top highlights of this past growing season: to not only grow something new, but to grow it through the lens of pure curiosity and gratitude.
  • A single bean that changed my life perfectly sums up these beans. I grew these borlotti beans completely blind. In fact, I didn’t even know these were borlotti beans until very late in the season. You see, they were labeled ‘speckled cranberry’ at one of my master gardener meetings in February, a free seed packet I welcomed as I had mentally committed to exploring more dry beans this year. Like with the Fort Portal Jade beans, I only had a few seeds to plant. I thought the seeds looked interesting enough to grow and knew they were open pollinated pole beans, so decided to give them a little space and if I liked them I’d save more seed for 2020. And so they grew on the same tall bean trellis, taking up about the same meager space as the fort portal jade planting though producing slightly more, probably due to the larger bean size. For the amount of space I gave them, they seem really productive. One fabulous reason to grow shelling beans, if you need an excuse, is that like snap beans, they are edible as green beans as well dry shelling beans. In the case of these beans, they couldn’t be farther from a ‘green bean’. These works of art are mottled hot pink pods - and a late summer joy I spent several weeks swooning over. They were the most beautiful beans I’ve ever grown, and because pink, well, I plan to give them even more room next summer to really make a statement. The joy I derived from this experience was all thanks to the element of surprise because I had no idea it was going to add such a splash of color to my garden. I tend to be very structured in my garden planning, studying the plants I choose to add, complete with high expectations and knowledge of what they will look like at various stages. And breaking that tradition is what made this experience both possible and profound, and one of the top highlights of this past growing season: to not only grow something new, but to grow it through the lens of pure curiosity and gratitude.
  • 293 16 4 hours ago
  • Say hi to my little friends. California Red Wigglers are the home gardeners best ally. They eat half their weight in vegetable and fruit scraps each day and double their population every two months to produce the best, most nutritious compost and fertilizer to produce beautiful vegetables in your garden. All can be done in a small apartment composter under your kitchen sink. In Vancouver, check out @cityfarmervancouver to get yours.
  • Say hi to my little friends. California Red Wigglers are the home gardeners best ally. They eat half their weight in vegetable and fruit scraps each day and double their population every two months to produce the best, most nutritious compost and fertilizer to produce beautiful vegetables in your garden. All can be done in a small apartment composter under your kitchen sink. In Vancouver, check out @cityfarmervancouver to get yours.
  • 45 1 4 hours ago
  • Little gardener absolutely loved visiting the @lansuchinesegarden! 🌼These gardens are totally doable with a young child as there are lots of accessible paved paths suitable for strollers and fun for little walkers. There are koi fish to see, textures to explore, flowers to smell and more!
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Snacks are permitted for young children so long as they don't make a mess 👍 and we know that's critical because toddlers = #alwayssnacking. It's also not overwhelming in size, so they don't tire out too quickly. We went close to nap time, so Mr. Garden Rosie's took little gardener out when she started getting cranky so that I could finish walking through and have some peace to myself for a few. ✌️
  • Little gardener absolutely loved visiting the @lansuchinesegarden! 🌼These gardens are totally doable with a young child as there are lots of accessible paved paths suitable for strollers and fun for little walkers. There are koi fish to see, textures to explore, flowers to smell and more!
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    Snacks are permitted for young children so long as they don't make a mess 👍 and we know that's critical because toddlers = #alwayssnacking . It's also not overwhelming in size, so they don't tire out too quickly. We went close to nap time, so Mr. Garden Rosie's took little gardener out when she started getting cranky so that I could finish walking through and have some peace to myself for a few. ✌️
  • 19 4 5 hours ago
  • The deep rose center color of this Nagoya Red Ornamental Kale is so striking especially with a small dusting of snow! 😍❄️
  • The deep rose center color of this Nagoya Red Ornamental Kale is so striking especially with a small dusting of snow! 😍❄️
  • 60 4 5 hours ago
  • Gardening time again 😍.
So much fun and benefits . It is mixture things between art and science. "Gardening has  been shown to have significant health benefits. For starters, it encourages people to engage in other behaviors and activities that promote wellness . For example, gardeners consume more fruits and vegetables than non-gardeners . When gardeners choose to grow food organically, they’re reducing their exposure to pesticides and potentially eating produce with a higher nutrient content . Gardening also reduces stress and improves mental health. And it counts as moderate-intensity exercise, which can help people live longer lives". With all those good reasons to garden, what are you waiting for? *kitty is everywhere😀. #gardening 
#gardeninspiration
#countryside
  • Gardening time again 😍.
    So much fun and benefits . It is mixture things between art and science. "Gardening has been shown to have significant health benefits. For starters, it encourages people to engage in other behaviors and activities that promote wellness . For example, gardeners consume more fruits and vegetables than non-gardeners . When gardeners choose to grow food organically, they’re reducing their exposure to pesticides and potentially eating produce with a higher nutrient content . Gardening also reduces stress and improves mental health. And it counts as moderate-intensity exercise, which can help people live longer lives". With all those good reasons to garden, what are you waiting for? *kitty is everywhere😀. #gardening
    #gardeninspiration
    #countryside
  • 19 0 11 December, 2019