Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Our Garden Of Eaten

Come join me as I take you on a tour of our garden of eaten!

Dill -- Pomegranate Tree

Olive Tree

Our lovely Blueberries

Corn, corn , corn

More corn

Squash

Squash -- Strawberries

Onions -- Cucumbers

More cucumbers

Our peas -- see the pea runners already producing

Zucchini -- green leaf lettuce

Tomatoes -- Red Sails leaf lettuce

Oregano -- Stevia

More onions and tomatoes

Look at how big the tomato plants are growing -- Rosemary

Cilantro -- Sage

Basil -- more tomatoes

Tomatoes -- Heirloom Tomatoes

Jalapenos

More peppers -- Bell peppers

Bell peppers

More bell peppers



7 comments:

Sandra said...

Ok I just love the title of your post, how cute :)

Joan said...

Your garden is just beautiful and all you guys hard work is really paying off. Everything looks so healthy. It looks like you have really nice dirt. I love it!

Sarah said...

Love the pictures - that will hopefully be what mine looks like in a month or so! Almost everything is in now! We have many of the same things. Yummy!

I can't remember if you mentioned if you use mulch, or preen, or just good old fashioned weeding???

Evening Shade Morning Latte said...

Joan ~
We had a good base on dirt as our lad used to be pasture land. Then we brought in 14 yards of mushroom fertilizer and garden compost before planting.

Sarah,
Our weeds (carefully not shown in the photos *grin*) are handpicked. Hubby actually is trying something...he put on a cotton garden glove, soaked his hand & glove in roundup and took each large weed and wiped it from bottom to top to get the roundup on the weeds and not the garden plants. SO we are going to see if that helps to kill them from the root. I know it sounds like a lot of work but we are trying everything to keep those buggers out.

mrshester said...

Your garden is beautiful!! I know you are going to enjoy the rewards of all your hard work!

This Country Girl said...

Wow...what a garden! What a reward for all the hard work! What a harvest you will have!

Have a great evening and thanks for sharing your luscious garden with us folks with not-so-luscious-gardens! :)

Tammy

mangocheeks said...

Wow. Thank you for the tour. This is such a lovely blog.