Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Hello, Beautiful(s).

I love this time of year! Please indulge me as I toot my garden horn.
I couldn't pick my favorite, I just am too excited this year. Here is my first pepper (ever, I have never grown them before) I hope he gets huge and juicy and red! The kids love peppers! This will for sure save us some money. The twins. Come on girls, think big and red! I went from 2 to 6 tomato plants this year, you can never have enough tomatoes.
I just can't explain how much I prefer fresh to cooked veggies. I only ended up with a couple bean plants as I think the squirrels got my seeds and the rabbits finished off my seedling leaves. But I enjoyed this handful of green goodness tonight (trying to even out the chocolate pie I ate throughout the day)

8 comments:

Kelly M said...

Wow Wendy! You have quite the garden! Someday in August I hope to have a similar situation in our backyard. I'm with you on the fresh vs cooked veggie thing.

Fire Princess said...

Toot your horn away, Sister. Wow, I am so impressed! Your garden looks delicious. I think you will need a special trip to Seattle just to help me plant a garden :)

Julie said...

Oh, for the days of having a garden! Yummy!!

Sarah K said...

Impressive. Fresh veggies are the best.

We have procrastinated the day of our gardening. Hopefully it's not too late...

ejb said...

mmmm I agree on fresh veggies! And I have to admit I am jealous of the garden I got a bunch of seeds to start one this year but here I am unable to garden. Sigh. Yours is amazing!

jenny said...

nice work wendy! i planted some veggies this year, we'll see what happens. mostly i want fresh tomatoes, they are my favorite.

Annie Gedge said...

Dude, Wendy we are so on the same planting schedule. I am doing my first peppers too and can't wait for them to ripen. I tried to do peas, but they kept dying. I'm glad to see your beans are doin' great.

Tara and Orlando said...

That is a seriously impressive garden. Way to go!