OOTD: The garden house

As much as I kind of get creeped out by our old office/house on the hill, it does have a few perks.  For one, we have an office garden.  Farmer Andy (not to be confused with Andy Farmer from the movie Funny Farm) tends it and I think someday the goal is that he will sell the produce at the farmer's market.  This year he has been maintaining our properties and hasn't had a whole lot of time to dedicate to the garden.  Luckily, nature has been helping care for it because so far it has been a pretty wet July and we get to enjoy fresh veggies.  I love walking past the garden and smelling the fragrant basil.  Mmmmm...caprese salad anybody?

Top: JCrew, Skirt: Anthropologie, Shoes (they're sold out in the brown but the black are still available. I'd go down half a size if you decide to get them.  :-)

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  1. Gardening is a good choice. You can enjoy the benefits of fresh air and you can create something beautiful. Gardening is good for health and especially container gardening is a great family project that encourages everyone to go outside and dig in the dirt and also plan meals together. But one of the very common problem that many gardeners face to deal with pests and insects on their houseplants. So, at that time you need to take some advice from pest control Nassau County experts who will give the best solution that will help you to get rid of the pest but not harm the plants.



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