Monday, June 09, 2008

Garden 08 progress...

So we started the garden a little late this year (mid May)... hopefully something will grow, though!!

Here's the garden after two weeks. We have tomatoes, green beans, watermelon, zucchini, basil, lemon basil, sage, and a few other things that I can't remember!!

I cannot wait for the first tomato of the summer!!


Cyndi Lewis said...

Here in Michigan you can not start a garden (with out good frost protection) until June. I look at my small little garden plants and think about how huge they'd be if I were in the Pacific Northwest, where most years you can plant in April.

Tammy said...

How fun! I haven't started my garden this year - I think I'm going to do cherry tomatoes in pots and a few green beans.

Mrs. Mordecai said...

What a nice garden! I just started mine last week. I, too, can't wait for the tomatoes. Although I'm growing a variety of veggies, I don't know if I would bother if it weren't for the thought of fresh tomatoes later on.

Anonymous said...

Yeah... Nothing like the feeling of dirt between the fingers!

Mrs. C said...

Good luck in this heat! :)

Mrs. Pear said...

Yummy! We started our garden in March, probably a month too early, but I was too excited to finally have a yard where I could have a little the flowerbeds!

This weekend I had to stake our tomatoes! I was thrilled!

Your garden looks like it is coming along very nicely!

Anonymous said...

Your garden looks great.
This year I'm trying container gardening. My yard is too shady for a real garden plot.

My container are on the upper part of my drive way where it stays sunny just about all day.

So maybe I will have my own grown tomatoes, zucchini, bell peppers & squash this year.

Please keep my little garden in your prayers that I don't forget to water them or the squirrels eat it them up.

We shall see.

Sharon C.

Tori said...

Wow, I hope you reap a huge harvest, looks promising!

MyHeartIsAlwaysHome said...

Your garden is growing nicely! I got mine planted on Friday. I am now worried that my green bean and corn seeds might have drowned. We have had so much rain that it is crazy.

Katy said...

YAY!!! It looks great!!! :)
I love it!

Our garden has started sprouting stuff too! Isn't it so exciting??

Donna Kay said...

I bet your garden is going to smell wonderful - with all that fresh basil!!! Yum!!


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