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Here at American Meadows we have several test gardens where each season we plant new varieties, try out different color combinations, and grow enough vegetables for all of our employees to take home and enjoy.
Now that it’s the beginning of July, we’re starting to see a lot of blooms here in Vermont and although the rainy weather has slowed down the progress of our vegetable garden, everything is looking great and we can’t wait to harvest!
We hope you enjoy the photos we took on Monday and we’d love to see photos of your gardens in bloom right now! Please remember to enter our Summer Photo Contest and post your pictures to our Facebook Wall.
Although the lack of sun has slowed it down a bit,
our vegetable garden is looking great!
Spiderwort is so unique and elegant.
We plant Bachelor Buttons each year for the
dependable, stunning-blue color.
These Shasta Daisies ‘Crazy Daisy’ are so easy
to grow and have fun, unique blooms.
We’ll post another update next month, once the vegetable garden is in full swing and we have other plants blooming (including our wildflower meadows)! Happy Gardening!
July 2, 2013
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Tags: American Meadows, Blue Cornflower, daylilies, Employee Gardens, Salvia, shasta daisy, spiderwort, Test gardens, Vegetable Seeds, wildflowers В· Posted in: Flower Bulbs, Gardening in Fall, Gardening in Spring and Summer, Perennials, Vegetable Seeds, Wildflowers