Dragon fruits on my rooftop garden
Hubs deployed and said I could build a garden to keep me busy. Never built anything before, did my best and can't wait to show him.
I'm having trouble identifying this plant
I think about this a lot and I finally found it written out
My grandpa says we need to get the word out about how beautiful his Crepe Myrtle is.
Greetings from the Navajo Nation. Here's my peach tree in full bloom at sunset.
I used to sit in the desert of Afghanistan eating MRE’s daydreaming about having a home with a garden with fresh food. Years later, dream achieved.
I found a surprise in my rose bush!
Was checking the garden and accidentally woke up this grumpy guy: 🐸 😡
What a difference one year makes!
The spoils of months of hard work and tender care.
80-Year-Old Man Hasn’t Watered This Sealed Bottle Garden Since 1972 And It’s Still Alive
Diller carefully eats my avocados, then brings me the cleaned pits. I sprout them, then give them away with a picture of him cleaning that particular one.
I do not eat zucchini, so I had no idea you weren't supposed to let them get this big.
This beautiful two toned rose in my garden. I have never seen this before.
Single triumphant asparagus
My dad’s garden. He has gotten to the point where he now has to sneak in new plants and little statues so my mum doesn’t tell him off for hoarding!
After battling the courts, my uncle has regained my great-grandparents and grandparents farmstead and revitalized it into working condition. Buffalo, NY.
A bountiful harvest. This will get me through the harsh winter months.
My melons needed some support.
The Grandparents Garden is looking AMAZING
Current view from my sewing studio
Dragon fruits in container
Bagged our limit on opening day
An ancient White Oak (which was my favourite tree and the gathering point for my friends and I as teenagers) sadly fell in a storm last year. I saved three acorns but only this one germinated. Maybe one day some other kids will sit underneath it and form lifelong memories together
I never get tired of coming home through this.
My dad is growing an avacado tree at his office... In Edmonton, Alberta.
Not sure if this is allowed but thought you folks might appreciate it :)
incorporating the rain into your garden [x-post r/pics]
You guys enjoyed my cactus last time it had 3 blooms. This time I give you 7!
Not mine, but my boyfriend's mother's garden this evening. (Just about 1/5th of it).
For my cakeday, I present the best carrot I’ve ever grown.
Took 3 years, but you can grow a pineapple in Ohio
Found a mystery plant growing out of my kitchen sponge, decided to keep it and a month later... It's a tomato plant!
Yes, and I am fine with that.
I have very little outdoor space at home but this is my mini haven! It's not much, but it's mine 😊
My grandma's prized calamondin orange tree I'm inheriting. She passed away last week. I've got some big, green shoes to fill so does anyone have any advice on how to take care of it?
As a first time gardener, I'm super proud of my tomatoes!
I ate an avocado 2,5 years ago, and kept the seed. This is my avocado seed today!
My brother's Azalea bonsai is in full bloom
I was walking in my neighborhood and this camellia literally stopped me in my tracks
My mom with her giant Idaho grown sunflowers.
I am growing 800 California Native plants to study their traits for use in post-fire ecosystem restoration in natural areas!
First ever garlic harvest! Good luck trying to get in my house, vampires
These babies inspired me to plant another 3000 flower seeds (poppies, chrys, gailardias) in my garden. Gardening has helped me reduced my drinking problem.
My cabbage field!
The greenhouse at my school was abandoned for 20 years, 1 year ago today we started using it thanks to an incredibly awesome teacher, this is the green house 1 year later.
My Grandpa with his cantaloupes in his garden. I’ve learned everything I know about gardening from him & I couldn’t be more proud
Not gardening, but I thought it might be appreciated here.
The harvest from my parents cherry tree! About 1.5 kilos so far with a ton more on the tree
Some of these guys actually made it inside!
A year ago vs this morning.
Our first peach harvest (Reno)
The seed package called this sunflower mix “Drop Dead Red”. They were right!!
My uh ... new grow light came.
Turns out the beans my parents planted are scarlet runner beans
Lettuce from our garden
Got broccoli? Harvested 5lbs from my garden today!
This is my 89 year old father. His father planted these rhubarbs...in 1923.
Last pic I was able to get of my dad's garden before he retired and moved overseas. Makakilo, Hawai'i.
My night sky petunia!
My girlfriend relates to this on a personal level
My precious carrot harvest from this year. Matchsticks for size comparison...
First mango from a tree that was grown from seed!!!
A local gardener and her massive Rhododendron!
Found out why my strawberries are doing bad this year..
This is how baby tree frogs are grown in my garden
I can hardly take the pressure!
My hotel in Paris. Real plants!
Welcome to my secret garden.
My first green house, finally - year-round gardening!
Banana for scale. Kitten for likes. Zucchini for wow.
My mom passed away in 2015, but she was still around to witness me plant a cutting from her prized gardenia on Mother's Day of that same year. After four years and LOTS of work on my green thumb, I've finally gotten it to flower. This one is for you, mom! ❤️
Beehives, a shade garden, and a new shed, and I think my backyard is finally finished
My wife made clay plant markers!
Move over Coachella, no one does a flower crown like a cactus!
My back is dead from moving dirt but I couldn't be happier!
This heart potato didnt get much love at r/pics! But i am pretty proud of it!
Summer is here ☀️🔥🌿🌴
My plum harvest, from one tree.
My Grandpa built a teepee for his bean plant and planted wildflowers on the sides, he's really proud of it and I wanted to share it with all of you❤️
My dad gave me this bromeliad out of his garden shortly after he was diagnosed with cancer. 8 months after he passed it is blooming for the very first time. First time crying over a plant but I can imagine it won’t be the last.
Update on my Ohio pineapple
Thanks to Reddit, I now know not to pull this (milk)weed. Today, while taking my morning stroll around the garden, I saw my first monarch caterpillar ever, and it happens to be my birthday!!!
It may not be much but I made it myself- my corner box in full bloom.
‘Extinct Squash’ Grown From 800-Year-Old Heirloom Seeds.
My husband really wanted some galaxy petunias after seeing them on Reddit. We went to a Flower & Garden Festival and found them in the first booth we looked at!
View from the backyard
Due to popular demand, another picture of our massive Idaho sunflowers.
Almost there!! Ripen up my sweet prince 🍍
An excellent Australian finger lime i grew.
I think I may be been possessed by the spirit an elderly lady today. Bought by all these polyanthus then adopted a cat.
My overachiever sunflower
What Rainscaping should actually look like
Very Interesting Plant
I was feeling really proud of my backyard this morning.
From my FB group
Update my Mutated sunflower has bloomed
I know it’s nothing too spectacular, but I am in love with how my deck flowers turned out :)
Found on facebook & thought it was too good not to share with everyone here
Are we still posting friends we've made in the garden?
My dining/garden room
I made a memorial succulent garden after my dog passed away recently, using her old dish. RIP Sweet Girl!
I made little hammocks for my melons
My mother tried to plant something and a Demogorgon was born instead
Just picked this happy little cucumber this morning.
My mother’s flower vase broke, so she improvised.
Took this photo recently of the magnificent 300y/o Cedar (Cedrus libani) in the garden where I work.
I see your miniature tomato and raise you two potatoes...
All from my garden!
Thought this belonged here
I FUCKING LOVE POLLEN OH GOD OH FUCK 💛
After 2 years of nurturing my first Passion Flower bloomed today.
My husband and I built a 10x30ft greenhouse during our 1 year old's naps!
My lemon trees I grew from seed two years ago that I have to leave behind as I evacuate for Irma :(
We can all relate
Anyone know what kind of pest this is in our greenhouse eating all of our strawberries?
Once a year my cactus likes to bloom :-)
I had a lovely little kitchen herb garden growing on my front porch. All my plants started becoming really raggedy and then died but the thyme and oregano draping over the side. I was so confused. Today i solved the mystery. This is not my dog.
I thought /r/gardening may be the only people to appreciate this beauty.
Don’t forget to start your tomatoes this weekend!
I recently finished some terraced beds and can't wait to start planting! (7b)
My very first Pansy from seed ~ her name is Morticia and I love her.
What the seedpod looks like!
When the gardening pays off and you use your own mint
The foliage on my jewel orchid is so satisfying 🌱✨
Nature is perfect
My garage wall when I bought my house in 2016 to now. Still a work in progress, but it’s coming together!
My zebra’s butthole finally bloomed!!
Not mine, but had to share!
My mum doesn't use Reddit but I thought I'd show off her pride and joy- UK
First garden ever, spent $1.69 on cucumber seeds, pretty good return on investment so far.
So proud of my giant kale plant!
Growing grass seeds in a CD case
My grammy's stunning hydrangea bush she's so proud of
My garden after 5 years
I grew some pumpkins 🎃
My gardens changed a lot since the last photo I shared. Working on adding summer colour perennials now.
Idk if this counts, but I hope y’all think it’s as cool as I do!!
My mother’s orangery in Denmark
My most recent painting :)
My GFs window box that she said nobody on reddit would care about.
I know it's not much, but I'm 14 and I'm pretty proud of my Bush Sugar Baby Watermelons.
Who says you can't have a garden if you live in an apartment?
Gave my husband a sign for Valentine’s Day that fully embodies his experience gardening.
It’s been such a labor of love to nurse my great grandmother’s camellias back to health, but every bloom makes it worth it.