Garden photography is beautiful and mesmerizing all at once. During the early spring months it gives us something to look forward to when planting our own gardens, or when we would like to make a trip to photograph another person's garden. I have a small container garden myself, but every summer I love to photograph a garden that is a little bit larger with more variety of plants than what I have in mine. There is just something alluring about the vibrant red color of the tomatoes and chili peppers, and the slightly purplish-red color of the dainty roses to be found in a larger garden.
A plum ripening on the tree. | Source
Black-eyed Susan flowers spotted in the foreground of this photograph. | Source
Another picture with the black-eyed Susan flowers. | Source
Close up of an apple tree. | Source
The beauty of leaves on the apple tree. | Source
The leaves on a climbing bean plant. | Source
Tomatoes ripening on the vine. | Source
A patty pan squash is growing on the vine. | Source
Another photograph of the patty pan squash. | Source
A pin-wheel in the garden.
Chili peppers are mesmerizing, and add major flavor to every main dish. | Source
These habanero peppers are still green. | Source
Out of focus habanero peppers on the vine. | Source
The shape of the habanero peppers and the leaves are very interesting on this plant. | Source
I love the shadows on the habanero pepper. | Source
There are many interesting things to photograph in the garden from the ripening tomatoes to the shadows on a habanero pepper plant in the noon day sun.
A cluster of habanero plants on the vine. | Source
Cayenne chili peppers are on the horizon. | Source
Peppers that are jetting straight up. | Source
A dainty red rose in the garden. | Source
An out of focus white and pink rose. | Source
Up close photograph of the pink and white rose.
Small purplish flower. | Source
The little purple flower. | Source
Looking at the trellis that the plants climb up. | Source
Looking at the tomato plants. | Source
Flowers are beautiful to look at and tomatoes make me think about lunch and salads.
Tomatoes are ripening on the vines. | Source
Delicious red tomatoes | Source
The tomatoes are turning red. | Source
Closeup of pear tomaotes. | Source
The yellow pear tomatoes are very vibrant indeed. | Source
Little pear tomatoes are tasty in salads. | Source
Yellow pear tomato plants can grow really large like the beef steak tomato plants. | Source
A cluster of pear tomatoes growing on the vine. | Source
Growing a variety of tomatoes is helpful if you like small ones in salads such as yellow pear tomatoes, which I prefer over cherry tomatoes. | Source
Tomatoes turning red on the vine. | Source
The yellow pear tomatoes. | Source
The beauty of yellow hued pear tomatoes. | Source
The golden color of pear tomatoes. | Source
Two clumps of pear tomatoes. | Source
Yellow and green pear tomatoes. | Source
Flowers and tomatoes are lovely to photograph in the late summer months. I just love having the opportunity to take pictures of plants that are bold and vibrant.
Dried white and purple flowers in a bouquet. | Source
The beef steak tomatoes are growing on the vine. | Source
Red tomatoes growing on the vine. | Source
Looking at tomatoes growing in the garden. | Source
Sweety cat sitting on the garden path with a hose. | Source
Signs and pinwheels as decorations in the garden.
A bounty of tomato plants during the summer months. | Source
Tomato plants growing up towards the sky. | Source
Yellow beefsteak tomatoes surrounded by read beefsteak tomatoes. | Source
Tomatoes are lined up on the kitchen counter. | Source
The beauty of organic homegrown tomatoes. | Source
You can grow all of these tomatoes for the fraction of the cost you would pay for organic produce at the store. | Source
Red tomatoes can be used in various dishes from pasta sauce to salsa. | Source
Gazing upon the bounty of tomatoes to eat and photograph is quite awe inspiring. Such lovely displays of tomatoes would also make ideal subjects for still life paintings and drawings.
I love how the tomatoes shine and glisten in the light. | Source
Try growing a few yellow beefsteak tomatoes for a pop of color, and taste slighter sweeter to me. | Source
Red tomatoes always put me in a cheery mood. | Source
The tomatoes are lined up for their photo shoot. | Source
You can grow your own tomatoes and get so much more for your investment. | Source
Grow your own tomatoes and save lots of money. | Source
I am only able to grow a few tomato plants in my small container garden, but people with more space can grow unlimited numbers of tomatoes. Just think of all the money you can save by growing your own tomatoes, which you can freeze and can for the winter months. Tomatoes at the store are watery and have no flavor during the winter, so you could grow your own and have some delicious tomatoes on hand when everyone else has to buy the less stellar ones at the store.