Sunday, June 14, 2009

changes - garden III

Things are growing here too, in garden 3 and Leah's box.
garden 3
summer squash
peppers
onions
sunflowers!
strawberries (finished for the year)
mystery plant spreading into the yard
There's also some volunteer gourds, another cucumber and then some pumpkin behind the summer squash.

Leah's patch
mint
a small forest of volunteer tomatoes

The beautiful, big tomatoes took over what she actually planted - one strawberry, one onion and some carrots.

7 comments:

$5 Dinner Mom said...

Fun to see your progress!

Blessings on your harvest!

Erin

glutenfree4goofs said...

Your mystery plant looks a bit like zuccini. Yum! I just had to stop by from $5 dinners because I love your title. :) My favorite flower in the whole world is the sunflower! Happy planting. I'm a mom of 4 too, I homeschool, "farm" and love crafts including the yarn kind in the winter. :) Nice to meet you.
Jessie at Blog Schmog

Anonymous said...

I think your mystery plant may be watermelon. Zuccini tends to grow out from the middle, not spread like tentacles.

Patricia said...

anon ~ It is indeed some type of melon. It has fruit now. Only it doesn't look like a watermelon. I'll post a picture when we get back from our second vacation.

Patricia said...

Jessie ~ It is a pleasure meeting you as well. Thank you so much for stopping by! I've been partial to sunflowers since highschool. My Jesse (DH) and I were just saying how lucky I was to get the blog name I did. =) Oh, and I'm gluten free too.
Patricia

Maya / מיה said...

I'm hungry!! Beautiful veggies!

Patricia said...

thank you! (miss you Maya, *hugs*)