|Small Red Cherry tomato plant|
|Beefsteak and Roma tomatoes|
|They are growing so well|
|Yellow straight neck squash|
|Asparagus makes me happy|
|Corn, with potatoes, onions and garlic in the background|
|Squash and melons|
|Apple mint, thanks to Kirk who sent me some root cuttings|
|My cherry tomato is growing like crazy|
We planted lots of other things that I didn't get pictures of: okra, collards, swiss chard, bush beans, the last of the broccoli, and eggplant. I'm sure I'm forgetting some, but that's most of it.
Other than working on the garden we made a run to the feed store, where I got a new gardening hat. I don't usually wear hats, because I can't fit all of my hair up under them, but I hate sunscreen and I'm tired of my nose being sunburned.
|My goofy hat, I untied the bow under my chin for the picture|
We also got new breeding stock for our meat rabbits. Since they won't be food I let the twins name them.
|Our new Californian buck, Easter Bunny (EB for short)|
|Our New Zealand/Satin doe, Sweetie Pie|
|Every time I try to hold a bunny, I bleed|
Here is a full view of the garden, as of this afternoon.
Since I've been spending so much time outside I've had lots of chances to get pictures of the animals.
|Our young rooster, Pipsqueak will be going to one of my Mom's friends soon|
|Since I plan on cutting this small oak down anyway I let the goats munch on it all they want|
|Oak trees are their favorite food|
|Coco was scratching her head on this pot|
|They look dead, but they're just taking a dust bath|
|Wild sweet peas among the mustard|
|I don't know what this is, but it smells amazing|
|Lily in the bluebonnets|
|Walking onions among the bluebonnets|
|Dewberries beginning to bloom|
|Huge patches of wild mustard|
And now a few pictures of the kids.
|Aislyn loves to help me in the garden|
|Ian's getting so big|
|Lily loves her big brother, and Gabe loves his "Grandma kitty"|
|After a long day in the garden|
|Lily is so proud of her peas and garlic|
|It's not just a hat, it's also an egg basket|