Tag Archives: Gardening
Garden Gab, Expansion Edition
My sweet husband is expanding my garden area. Here are some pictures of the expansion progress. I hope you have had a super week. I’ll be back on Monday. XOXO
Garden Gab, Blooms and Bugs
I’ve got some beautiful blooms going on. And Gnomes….we have a blue hat and a red hat. Not choosing a side. Bug eggs….. And blasted baby bugs. I missed the first few sets of eggs…apparently.
Garden Gab-Garden Oddities, Week 10
No sweeping look at the garden this week. I thought I’d show you some of my garden oddities. Have you ever watched the show Oddities on the science/discovery channel? My husband and I love it. Love it. In honor of our love of Obscura and Oddities….I give you oddities, garden style. Squash twins. Acorn Squash …
Garden Gab, Week 9
This week my garden is in major production mode. Zucchini, yellow squash, cucumbers…we got em. Beans and peas are booming! My onion has a flower. Cucumber and squash. The tomatoes are ripening….finally! The baby watermelons are growing well. I just found another this morning, so now we have 4. The 3 bigger ones are pictured …
Food from my Garden
This is the 2nd bunch of squash I’ve gathered. Meet Quasi-mato. He’s a happy little tomato with a hump. Quasi-mato is hanging out on my window sill in hope that his hump will ripen. Later this week I’ll have a squash casserole recipe for you. It’s vegetarian friendly, but not a vegan recipe.
Garden Gab, weeks 5 and 6
Pictures from my growing garden. Flowering bean plants. Lettuce. My 5 tomato plants. I’m growing corn, well corn stalks. Beets, peppers and (I think) watermelons. I did not plant lettuce there. It must have washed there in the heavy rain a few weeks ago. What one thing does not belong? The little oak tree. We …
Garden Gab, week 2, 3 and….
Happy Friday the 13th Peeps! may your day be nothing like the long running horror movie series. Meh. It’s been a while since I’ve posted a regular garden update. Surgery can do that to a girl. Here are some pictures of my garden’s progress. The raised bed garden is doing much better than the in …