why a garden is like Christmas…every.single.morning

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before i knew how to garden, i had no idea that changes happen over night. blueberries…i thought they all turned blue at the same time…nope. i go to bed, in the morning, i see berries that went from green to blue is a gift i can’t stop eating.

All that you see in the second to the last picture is tomatoes, blueberries, a strawberry & my hydrangea flowers.

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  1. Just reblogged this, I rarely do that but it was too lovely not to share.

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  2. Reblogged this on spencesgirl and commented:
    This was so gorgeous I had to share. From 2me4art, a very talented fellow blogger. Simply exquisite.

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  3. Rajiv says:

    This is fantastic

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  4. debiriley says:

    beautiful shots of delicious berries 🙂

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    1. Amy Saab says:

      I put the blueberries on a plate in the kitchen, i leave them out for a day to ripen the few that are not fully blue. My daughter made dinner last night and she said, “Mom, i helped you by putting away all the blueberries” I told her why i leave them out after i pick them & inform her they won’t ripen in the fridge. “Mom, i put them all in my stomach” Geez, i can’t believe she ate all those! 🙂 ~amy

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  5. Adorablest says:

    I feel the same way about raspberries 🙂

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    1. Amy Saab says:

      My raspberry bush is only a year old & has given me two berries this summer, they never made it to a bowl. I ate them straight off the bush. YUM! ~amy

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