It was finally time to harvest our watermelon. My 5 year old daughter has been tenderly watching over her watermelon plant all summer, watering it and making sure it is well cared for. She even goes out and “pets” her baby watermelon and talks to it so it won’t be sad (since it is the […]
We are still enjoying fresh produce from our garden daily, and the photo above is what we picked to share with our friends at church. They happily took everything but a few zucchini. The kids love to pick the vegetables and share them each Sunday, it has been a great way to teach them to share with others! Right now
Warning: if you see me in person or come to my home I WILL offer you vegetables, if you refuse I WILL sneak some into your purse or car when you are not looking. So it is best to just smile and nod, and take some of these darn veggies off my hands…lol. Above and below are
For those of you who are following our Garden Updates, we got tons of produce this week. Our first carrots and tomatoes… and most likely the last picking of broccoli and peas. But here is the kicker this was only 1/2 a weeks harvest. We were gone half the week so I invited my
Update from our garden this week. We have something to pick daily which is exciting. The kids go out and snack on strawberries and peas everyday but most of them never make it inside for a photo. I was excited to get our first cucumbers and by the end of the week we had so
Our garden is doing amazing! We have had so much produce we have to pick it at LEAST every other day! I tried to keep up with taking photos, but many things were picked and eaten or given away before a photo could be taken. Right now our garden is producing: Green Beans Broccoli Cherry Tomatoes Sugar
Last week I gave you our garden update and let you know that we should be able to start harvesting some vegetables. Our garden exploded and grown. Since then many of the plants have doubled in size. We have had more Swiss Chard and Spinach than we can eat, so now our neighbors are enjoying it
Well I am happy that we took the gamble and planted our garden early this year. It is mid June and it is already starting to produce and the plants are big and healthy. With the exception of a watermelon plant that is not doing so hot, and a few cucumbers that don’t want to grow.