on the second day of sunshine

Saturday, May 21, 2016

I took a photo walk through my garden. Other than everything being water logged, yeah saves me watering for a few days, my garden survived the month of rain. Was it really a month? Well, close enough. It's not over but at least the sun is peaking out. The ten minutes it took me to take the photo journey I am about to share I was swarmed by mosquitos and kept swatting them off. But I think a few got me anyway.

Peppermint anyone? I got so much of it and it needs a good harvest. time to freeze some in ice cubes to add to our tea and time to have some tea in the evenings.

oregano needs harvesting as well. I use it often but it grows so fast with all the rain. Again, time to harvest for the freezer.

these tomato plants doing good but need sun... 6 hours of sun for tomatoes, the other set is small in height but has fruit...



Zucchini and Summer squash


Spaghetti squash

Everything is well, but needs sun. I also have potatoes, radishes, kale and bell peppers. We don't plant much of everything, just enough for the two of us. It keeps us busy and it really is great to eat out of our garden. This weekend I'll start a new batch of lettuce and put kohlrabi in the ground, that's been on my window sill waiting for the rain to stop.
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    I absolutely LOVE your garden. My son is moving on our land so I have had about two-thirds of my plants uprooted. But I do have my son and his family. Good trade, I think. Still miss my plants tho. You can"t have it all.
    1708 days ago
    Your garden looks awesome, and you WILL have a terrific harvest!
    1710 days ago
    Awesome. I am just now planting seeds but we have been pretty cool. Love your garden.
    1711 days ago
    Gorgeous greenery!
    1711 days ago
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