A lovely take on the theme Carver :) Happy weekend and happy photo hunt!
love your garden boxes. they're really ideal if you can plant your own vegetables.
great job on the theme. we have planted our veggies on pots because wee have gopher problem.have a lovely week.Ewok
I liked the birdies in your header... At some point I guess they'll guest your garden boxes and help you with them! :)God bless you!Cezar
A green take on the theme, nonetheless, Carver, love your squares!!Other things in life are keeping me busy and leaving little room for blogging, love the photo hunt as I can quickly get in touch with dear blogfriends!!square
Someday when I have a space, I'd love a vegetable garden too. Yours are pretty. I hope next time we'll see vegetables growing there. :)Have a fabulous weekend!Liz @ MLC
Great idea for the theme. I'm too lazy too, even for flowers. My garden is perennials and mostly they do well enough. Happy weekend to you Carver.
Great subject for the theme.Thanks so much for your comments in my absence at my blog, I truly appreciate it. :)Take care.
Weeds are still something green. And for my part, I love seeing wild flowers... which technically are weeds, right? ;b
That's a great idea to plant vegetables in garden boxes! I wish I have a garden that big.
oups :)Can I borrow them?;)
That's a good idea for a vegetable garden :) You can still start if it's too not cold :)
Hope you find the enery to get your garden started. Right now square garden boxes are out of the question, but one of these days.
I like the idea of those boxes, maybe I will build some when my garden is cleared of builder's rubble.
Square beds, definitely a sign of spring.
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