Garden is growing

June 17, 2015 at 1:29 am Leave a comment

DSCF8920My husband and I were out in the garden tonight. We lifted the netting on our raised beds so I could weed around our growing plants.  Here are the tomatoes and a few of the basil plants. Our grandchildren like the tiny tomatoes and so so we.

 

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Beans and more basil and one other herb.  Carrots on the right are still really tiny.

My husband was trimming around the box. You can see the top of his cap.

 

 

DSCF8926My favourite lettuce–romaine. I never did take to leaf lettuce though my mother grew lots of it.

 

DSCF8921I got the weeding done and we put the netting down around the box again to keep birds and small critters out. See the zucchini in the foreground? That’s new this year.

 

DSCF8923 Man hard at work yet, trimming. He mowed yesterday then we got talking with our neighbour about driveways and drainage and such and never did get all the trimming done, so that was his job tonight. I might also mention that for those new to my blog, my husband built these beds.

 

DSCF8937Ending with a pic of gaillardia this evening. More flowers another day.

How is your garden coming along?

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