Monday, June 01, 2009

My Garden

I am getting squash, broccoli, cauliflower and onions out of the garden. In a few days I should be picking beans. Thanks to goat poop and rain this years gardens are doing awesome.

17 comments:

Lisa said...

I feel like my garden is just starting and you are already harvesting!!! I am still not convinced that anything will come of our garden at this point... but we will see.

It looks beautiful.

Lisa

Amy said...

How nice!

Heidi said...

OH GORGEOUS!!! Ours is a little behind, its been a little cooler here than normal, ok with me but not so good for crops.. :) MISS YOU!!!

The Raggedy Girl said...

You must be the hardest working blogger I know. Your garden looks amazing.

Have A Terrific Tuesday
from The Raggedy Girl

smallpines said...

Look how good your garden is doing down South, and I haven't even planted mine way up here! We had a freak hail storm on Sunday! Brrr! Don't worry - I didn't fill the van with loose manure ... it was in bags! LOLOL

ga.farmwoman said...

Your garden is looking so nice. I need to get out in mine with my friend the hoe. We have a lot of weeds to chop down.

We use goat poop, with some chicken and cow compost, also.

Have a great day.
Pam

DayPhoto said...

Your garden is just lovely! Well put together and very protected (I see the fence).

I just took the dogs to the groomer and had all thier mats and tagles cut out. They look so funny now.

Thanks for the recipe! I'm going to try it this weekend.

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/

Christy said...

Wow, I did get a late start this year. My beans are just coming up. I'm still just getting peas from my garden.

Lynn Bartlett said...

We are just getting started planting our garden! Can't wait to taste fresh produce again.

Rosa said...

Wow! That is some garden! A feast for the eyes!

Jeanette said...

Peggy your Vegie patch looks so good nothing better than home grown veg, Happy harvesting when the times ripe.

amelia said...

We had to bring all our tomatoes inside because it snowed last Sunday!! I can't imagine harvesting already when we can't even plant outside yet!!

grammy said...

That is amazing to see your garden so full and green. It is much slower here in Colorado.

SWEETHEARTS MOM said...

Holy cow peggy you are going to be one busy girl. Way to go.

JoyceAnn said...

Yum , Yum , I'm looking forward to fresh garden food too. I did harvest a head of broccoli last week , but it will be a couple of weeks before we get any squash.

Enjoy !!


~ Blessings ~
JoyceAnn

Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

Your garden looks terrific

Shellyann said...

Your garden looks wonderful! We just moved closer to you guys. Now we are no longer in Lillington but in Parkton. I do hope that we will get to visit with you one day! The wonderful rain we keep having is really a blessing. Better to have rain that that terrible drought we had experienced!