I have been wanting to do this post for quite some time. I enjoy working in the garden so much. The hard part is taking photos and documenting things. Of course keeping the weeds under control is hard too.
Lettuce that is almost ready to transplant. I love fresh lettuce from the garden.
Red beets. We like them cooked with butter and salt. J. and E. like them pickled.
The peas are almost ready. Hopefully we’ll have fresh peas sometime next week.
The tomatoes are there, just waiting to ripen. I can hardly wait for a fresh tomato sandwich.
Pumpkin/squash/gourd tepees have been built and strung with twine.
The blueberry bushes have been covered in netting.
An old rose left here on the property. Fragrant and beautiful.
And an update on the orchids. I haven’t killed them….yet. You can read about them here.
This must be a record for me. As you can see I repotted it. I also moved it to a south-facing window. During the cold months, I was afraid it would be too cold but it was just fine. I only water it when I remember (not very often). Maybe orchids aren’t so bad. But ranunculus! 🙂