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Aug 12

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The Dirt & Martinis Garden


Happy Friday everyone! 

The weekend has arrived and a lot of us gardeners look forward to playing in the dirt,  harvesting produce, dead heading plants, planning new projects and focusing as much time as we can being and living in our gardens.  Although some view tending to the garden as work, I view it as cheap therapy.  There’s something about the smell of a tomato plant, herbs, and even the soil that can lower my heart rate and lift my spirits.  With that it mind, let’s take a walk through my garden, the Dirt & Martinis little patch of heaven.

Welcome to my garden…

 I have a few butterfly bushes and lots of bergamot!  The bees and hummingbirds love it….

Here’s some Russian sage, more bergamot in the background and I don’t know what the red flower is, do you?  My garden is also full of rocks.  I heart rocks…


Along the way I have nasturtium, basil, dill and cilantro growing in pots.  Here’s some I have planted in an old toolbox… 


I’m fond of succulents, hummingbirds and, yes, there’s more bergamot…


All throughout my garden I have mystery plants popping up.  I think this may be a pumpkin that appeared one day from underneath the flowers. 


Here’s some echinacea.  I find the colors of this flower mesmerizing and I think the bees do too…


I do have lots of flowers, but I assure you I have some edibles growing too.  Here’s one that is both edible and ornamental, a daylily…


 In my veggie garden I have shallots ‘saffron’ from Annie’s Annuals…


Here are Kentucky blue pole beans growing up an old ladder… 


There’s more veggies in my garden to show you but it’s time relax with something icy….

  I hope you make time to eat, drink, and play in the dirt this weekend garden friends!  Stay cool and thanks for joining me on a short tour of the Dirt & Martinis garden!

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  • Erin @ The Impatient Gardener

    Your garden is looking beautiful! Enjoy the weekend.

    • Anonymous

      Thanks so much Erin! :)

  • Desert Dweller / David C.

    How nice, especially for you to show us your garden…looks great. I heart rocks too, and that’s a good thing when 1 or more come up every place I dig! The pics of all the textures and colors are almost as soothing as the thought of sipping that drink you show…

    • Anonymous

      I loved that you stopped by for a virtual garden walk David! Yes, I can never get enough rocks!

  • Tammy Kimbler

    Beautiful garden!  And even lovelier looking martini.  I definitely need more rocks in garden, they frame everything so nicely.

    • Anonymous

      Thanks so much Tammy! I love your blog by the way. Excellent photos and canning advice/recipes.

  • Michelle Rushton

    When is the garden going to be open for live tours?

    • Anonymous

      Come on over Michelle!

  • Manure Tea Gardening

    ready to come visit and have a Poogarita in the garden with you it’s Lovely <|;-)

    • Anonymous

      Anytime Annie! xo

  • Kathy @ nativegardener

    Nicky, yr garden is so fun & lovely & colorful :-) The red flower is Galliardia. Thanks for sharing!

    • Anonymous

      Thank you Kathy! I surely do appreciate your nice words and advice!

  • Stevie

    Beautiful! I love the light when you took these photos, makes the garden so warm and inviting. Btw your red flower is blanket flower (gaillardia). If it’s the same one I’m looking at in my garden right now, it’s ‘Arizona Red Shades’.

    • Anonymous

      Thank you for swinging by my garden Stevie! I appreciate you telling what kind of flower that is too. It’s all over my garden and I’ve never knew it’s name.

  • thecocktaillovers

    Your garden is too, too cool – absolutely gorgeous. Keep up the good work x

    • Dirt and Martinis

      Thanks COCKTAIL LOVERS! I’m so happy you stopped by! xx

    • Anonymous

      Thanks cocktail lovers! x