There are signs of sprouting in our midst! I walked the plots today and shot a few photos with the cell phone and here is what I saw. Now… I can’t really say I know what everything is, so maybe I could get a little help in the comments below.
Yep, that is a Squash sighting!! Now I have to figure out if I eat this kind of squash. Surely I do, either way I’m excited to give it a whirl.
Toe-May-toe, Toe-Maahh-Toe! My family and I went to check on the garden this week and we spotted at least three little green tomatoes. Now after a hour of picking weeds and mainly just messing around, somehow all three of these tomatoes ended up “picked.” I had to have a little chat with my boys on working “with me” not “against me.”
A little bell pepper peeks out!
I think this is Cauliflower but I can’t say for sure. Either way, I’m very impressed. I’ll be keeping an eye on this plot. It appears they know what they are doing!!
George and Michelle Street have got it going on!! Spacing’s right, awesome tomato cages, clean straw, no weeds. This is an absolute gardening clinic happening here! Woot!!!!
I’m from the North (Illinois to be exact) and we had a saying up there about corn, “Knee high by the fourth of July.” Obviously this does not apply in the South. Sweet corn all around!
Not sure what’s going here, but the anticipation is killing me!
Ok…. Gardening Games here we go! WEED OR….. VEGETABLE? Guesses in the comments below.
That looks like Rhubarb to me. I didn’t think you could grow Rhubarb in the South. If that is in fact Rhubarb, I’m so planting that next year. It makes my favorite pie on the planet. But I will not be mixing strawberries with it – no need! Now, if this not Rhubarb, then this entire conversation is moot and somebody can please tell me what it is……
Check back later for more garden updates!