Slim pickings so far this year as strawberries have been our only harvest.
Been moving slowly this year getting things planted. Really slow. I usually have everything plated and ready by tax day, but between sickness, being worn out, and just blah its been hard to get anything done. I did get a lot of planting done this weekend as well as weeding all of the beds. I still have a few more tomatoes to put in the ground, start some eggplant, and run the water lines. I am planting all of the tomatoes in the upper field this year and am going to run the water line out of a bed that I am not using this year except for flowers. At the end of this year I plan on tearing out all of the beds and redoing them with block. The wood beds have finally worn out and are falling down. OK, enough about my problems. :)
Strawberries are even growing out of their bed. I have a plan of trying to transplant them into a long, skinny bed that I can net around.
I told Amy that we should just be marigold farmers. This is one of the beds I'm not planting out this year and volunteer marigolds have come up.
Even got a morning glory mixed in there.
Nice picture of Amy's flower bed. We still have a little mulch to put down.
This weeks' harvest. We grow June Bearing strawberries here as they seem to do well in our climate.
Quitting after a hot day.
WOF of the Week.
The cat loves the bags from our Sunday morning grocery shopping trips.