Keep planting until there’s no more space! This Wordless Wednesday is brought to you by ambition and hope. Two great qualities to have when gardening in spring.
Mints, yarrow and squash fill the space.
Our first blackberry ripens way in the back. Don’t know how we’ll reach it to harvest yet.
First cucumber sets fruit.
Mittens the super cat protects the garden from vermin.
Lettuces in spring. A wonderful thing.
That acorn squash we planted from saved seed is not an acorn squash.
Strawberries are ripening every few days.
We’re testing out a new melon. Escondido Gold from Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds.
Padron Peppers are a first for us this year. Grown from seed under grow lights, they’re happy to be in the ground now.
Glass Gem popping corn is about waist high now. Some say it’s early, but we feel right on time about it.
Happy chickens are up with the sun.
Tree kale, a perennial vegetable with deep roots.
Happy hens equals happy eggs. It’s Easter every day here.
Two volunteer watermelons sprouted in the middle of the yard. We created a safe haven for them to prosper.
Black Magic kale tolerates heat. So far so good.
Volunteer sunflower graces the garden with her presence.
Just planted basil seeds. Better late than never.
Dill going to seed. We’ll toss it in the corner for next season.
It’s time to plant, and enjoy your garden as it grows. Happy gardening!