Thursday, May 30, 2013
This Week in My Garden: May 30
Taking my cue from Amanda with her "This Week in My Garden" series.
My first year to get enough to make a whole plateful!
I consider eggs to be bounty from my garden, in a way.
Purchased tomato. (I thought about lying.)
Pesto straight outta' the freezer from last year!
Mayonnaise straight outta' Compton.
My hillbilly rain harvesting.
Oh, to have my dream water system in. Oh.
These guys continue to not do well despite fixing the drainage issue.
And so it goes.
Satsumas still growing.
As usual (always) I never label my plants.
These are going well, whatever they are.
More of those same lovelies.
Honestly, I need to do more labeling.
It's a bit embarrassing.
One poor decimated herb bed.
Chikkins got in.
(Apparently, chikkins do not eat sage.)
It's on my list for the weekend.
I just ripped out the last of the sugar snaps.
Basil goes in today.
Evil Ivy. (Great name for a band.)
Need to seed more beets, pronto!
Fig happiness is everywhere.
The peppers have been loving the cloudy days and rain.
I need to move them, but they are in plastic tree pots and they weigh around 45 tons so ...
I'm a happy squash.
I'm a cantaloupe bloom.
I'm a watermelon bloom.
The $*%&#(#&* birds ate my blueberries.
I had a bunch.
More are coming in though.
More mystery tomatoes doing well.
And there you have it.
The straggly spring/summer garden here at The Wabi-Sabi House.
My shady yard combined with my lazy gardening in the spring/summer months makes for a so-so garden.
La, la, la.
My garden matches me! Shady and straggly.