Backyard Garden Plot Pictures – Week 34 of 52
It’s a jungle out there I tell you, a jungle. 😉 Check out the ornamental corn stalks. They are only suppose to get about 3 feet high and we already have a few tiny little ears growing. Pretty neat-o if you ask me.
The lettuce seeds I planted a few weeks ago are finally starting to emerge and we should be picking fresh lettuce from our pallet gardens soon.
Some of the plants are starting to spill over the garden beds, but I don’t mind. I’d much rather see them overflowing than bare that’s for sure.
The bean tepees are looking pretty RAD if I do say so myself! 🙂
This past week I worked on clearing the beds alongside the greenhouse. I pulled up the potatoes and now all that’s left are a bunch of perennial chives. I think I might end up moving my potted herbs to the side beds. We’ll see.
The cabbage patch.
The potato towers are still hanging in there.
The chickens escaped last week and ate a bunch of my Swiss chard and kale plants. Fine by me. 😉
Check it out! The soil is practically covered with green. Now all I have to do is wait for all those beautiful pumpkins to ripen and I’ll be in business!
I picked a few more stalks of rhubarb and harvested some sage leaves this past week but other than that, not much has been happening in the raspberry/herb area lately. Maybe this will be the year I get my act together and put in some proper posts in the raspberry patch. We shall see.
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