My garden is comprised of five raised beds, and many, many containers. In between those beds and containers, the grass and weeds run amuck if I do not stay on top of it. On Saturday morning, I got up early, ready to take advantage of that cool morning air, and the overcast skies that usually burn off by about 9 a.m. here. So at 6:45, I was outside getting started.
If I still lived in Pennsylvania, I think I might have answered, "Poison Ivy", but I am happy to say that I no longer live there...
Anyway - what were we talking about? Oh yes, the clean up. The torture.
Here's a new picture. I love the panoramic feature on my iphone... I love being able to see a large area in a picture.
Here are some close ups:
|Peppers, and an out of control cuke climbing up the sunflowers|
They look lonely on the one side, but they aren't. I recently put in another set on the other side.
They just haven't come up yet.
|Beans, beans, beans. The smaller bean plants in the front are the ones I transplanted from the onion bed, once I figured out that I had a companion planting problem. You can read about that adventure right here.|
They are getting bigger, and they aren't so yellow anymore. There are also some okra plants on the one side. They are still small but are doing fine. There are even tiny, baby okra pods coming up.
Hope you enjoyed the tour!!!!
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