How does your garden grow?
With compost smells, and limestone shells,
and three gray cats all in a row.
Just kidding about the “Foxy” part. It rhymes, and may have applied at an earlier point in my life.
So, people are asking about the garden. I’m astonished that it is still alive, so I will oblige the requests and share some photos.
Thank your lucky stars that I am written out and will keep the blabbing to a minimum on this post!
Without further adieu, and in no particular order:
Cauliflower (I think)
Baby Celery (Probably won’t make it.)
Jalapenos. There are dozens on this one plant.
Periwinkle. A volunteer that pops up somewhere every season. I don’t think it is edible, but sure is pretty for an uninvited guest.
Seminole Pumpkin Squash (I believe.) This plant is doing some strange things. I’ll have to feature it in a future post.
Baby Bell Peppers. Can’t wait for them to get past the cute stage and into the “eating” stage.
Pretty sure that these are Butter Beans. We may never know for sure; as I have terrible luck with legumes.
Seminole Pumpkin Squash Plant
Poblanos. There are at least twenty of these on this plant.
The Oasis, in all of its Tomatoey Splendor.
And moreTomatoes. When they start to ripen, we are going to be drowning in tomatoes! There are at least one hundred green tomatoes, right now.