New Blog Features

Hello Garden Gals and Guys! I hope your gardens are growing so well this season! This post isn't about my garden, but I wanted to let you know about two new cool features that I added to my blog. Many of you may remember me sharing with you that I have a YouTube Channel dedicated to gardening videos. If you didn't see that post, you can read it here.

Well, if you look up in the top right corner of my blog, you can see a nice little graphic to subscribe to my YouTube channel (The picture on the left is only a screenshot of it). Just click on that button to subscribe and you will get an email every time I post a new video. Remember, I don't post all my garden videos on my blog, so if you haven't subscribed, you're missing out on some great gardening tips!

Here's a screenshot of the other cool feature I added to my site -- the Google Translate button. Blogger has a great tool that allows me to see where in the world my viewers are from. I've noticed that I have lots of viewers literally from all around the globe. The new Google Translate button allows you to translate my blog instantly into the language of your choice! Pretty cool, eh?

I will be adding many more features to my blog to make your reading experience more informative and enjoyable. If there is a question you'd like to ask, or a topic you'd like me to cover, please leave me a comment here on my blog. I enjoy interacting with my readers and your comments give me valuable insight on how to make my blog better. Don't be shy....go ahead...click the comment button and talk to me. :-)

Now, because I just can't let this blog go by without giving you your garden fix for the day, I'm going to share some pictures with you.

This is my first batch of kale! I was very excited about it! I food-savered it and put it in the freezer to enjoy later.


Here is my first zucchini of the season:


Last but not least, one of my Rutgers tomatoes is starting to redden:


That's all folks! Until next time....

Happy gardening!!!










Comments

  1. Audra - Did you set up your blog all by yourself because it is fantastic, especially the translate button. is there a way for us to add pictures to our comments??
    keep up the good work. you're garden looks terrific

    frank

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    1. Hi, Frank! I used a template that Blogger has, but yes, I set it up myself. There isn't a way to add pictures to the comments, unfortunately.

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