When the Garden Was Just a Twinkle in the Elephant’s Eye

The Boulevard Garden this June

 In the post of August 29th, I was struggling to measure the broom corn with a ten foot pole. I needed a fifteen foot pole to touch the tops of the corn. In this photo if you look at the tiny sprouts at the extreme left you will see the broom corn in my garden in June. To the right of them, there are the Zinnias and after that, the cotton. What a miracle of love, sun, Summer, water and nutrition has made my garden grow so tall and lush.

The elephant in my garden in June with the gleam in his eye

The elephant in my garden with the twinkle in his eye

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