I cut some parsley to dry. Have been eating lettuce and radishes from the garden. Cut some kale to eat and to freeze and froze up some spinach. Enjoyed the asparagus but that is about done now. The season has begun!
It all started a few months ago when I tried to grow some things from seed. Hauled them out here for a few days to harden them off.
The Brunnera and Daffodils are among my first things to bloom and always brightens the day.
The money plant and these Iris were so pretty a bit ago.
A prettier picture of the Iris.
We redid our fountain area and made it smaller. I think I chose the wrong flowers as it doesn't look so pretty now! You win some and you lose some!
This is the pot of flowers I made up for the deck.
Carrots growing in one of the carrot boxes on the deck. I have thinned them some but may have to do a little more.
Bee Balm growing by one deck steps to attract the hummingbirds to watch while I eat in the pergola.
Color is coming in the flower bed!
My cabbages and Kale growing under this cover.
Beets and tomato plants. Three of the tomato plants I started from seed and none of them look too great yet but still green so there is hope!
Sugar peas growing up the trellis. Can't wait!
My bed of potato plants look great! Sure hope they are developing potatoes underneath those plants!!!
Some lettuces but wanting it to get larger although am using some of it now!
My first strawberry almost ripe enough to pick! Sure hope Coco doesn't snitch it on me!!
Growing dill and cleome in the holes in the cement blocks in the back of the compost pile!
Zucchini growing here. Should I pull one or two of the plants out or leave them????
Planted Provider Beans in this barrel.
On the left is a Sungold cherry tomato that I bought and on the right is a red cherry tomato that I started from seed.
My poor little lone green pepper plant!
The entrance to my veggie garden! Come and visit!
Most of the lavender bed made it through the winter. Will see how well they bloom this year! This is what all I have been busy doing among other things! Hope all you gardeners out there are enjoying this garden season!!!