Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Continuing The Walk Around The Garden

Hopefully blogger will allow me to upload my remaining photos.

The perennial bed is finally taking off. The strawberries in the center survived our cold winter. I should be picking strawberries shortly.

Cherries forming on my new trees.

What will be the last harvest from the old cherry trees. Sorry the picture is blurry, but a gust of wind came up just as I snapped.

My pear tree is just holding on, but the rhubarb is coming along nicely and the set onions seem to be doing well.

Potatoes starting to bush out. Harvey will have to hill them very soon.

The cucumbers are starting to grow.
Musk melons and watermelons are growing well. We had some lovely fruit last year and we hope for the same kind of harvest this year.

Tomatoes seem to have held up through those nasty winds we had.

The pole beans are finally breaking through the soil. Spotty, but we have extra seed so will be reseeding them. Don't mind the weeds, Harvey has been busy with other things, but should be able to weed in the next few days.

A few of the peppers we planted. There are green peppers, jalapeno peppers and a chili pepper in this mix.

Our red and yellow onions. I seem to have missed the Spanish onions.

Everybody have a wonderful evening.

God bless.


  1. You must get really good temperatures to grow melons etc outside.

    1. Our summers are usually very warm. We do have to water a great deal, and the melons do not get overly large.

      God bless.

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