Josh and I planted an organic garden recently and it's taking off! I'm looking forward to having some fresh veggies in the near future. If you want to stay chemical free look into companion planting, we set up our garden like this and have had ZERO pests in our garden! It's amazing and we have chemical free produce to munch on all season.
|Try companion planting for a chemical free and pest free organic garden|
We have also enjoyed trying new types of gardening like for example growing pineapples, potatoes and tomatoes from their actual fruit. The tomatoes were actually an accident, they started coming up in our compost from an old tomato!
|Left: Pinapple plant, Right: Sweet Potato, Bottom: Tomatoes from compost|
Some other oddities around the Wright lake house is none other than LIZARDS. These guys are everywhere down here and I have to admit it took me a while to get used to them hopping around. The great thing is that I have hardly any bugs, which is amazing especially since we live on a huge lake.
These guys stay full and keep the creepy crawly bugs and mosquitoes off of me. I have grown to love them for that reason alone :) Even the ugly one is kinda cute when he sits on the mushroom and listens to the gnome's stories...
|My little herb garden|
|These bulbs were from my grandmother, she got them in Mexico|
|Sunflowers are about to pop..the birds love them!|
|I heart Hostas.|
|Our little front patio where we sit and look out over the lake|
|Emma and Blue (aka the "kids"). I love how Blue (and his dirty nose) is sleeping standing up. Hard life!|
|These two go at it every morning on my dock..I have no idea what they are fighting about!|
|My neighbor recently did a trade with me..I got these two circa 1930's beauties! Above is the bar cabinet|
|Circa 1930's china curio..gorgeous! Try trading with a friend, you'll be surprised what they want to get rid of!|
See how I wrapped all of that up nicely? :) What is your idea of heaven? What would it include?