|Blueberry Bush #1|
We had a very severe winter, and I didn't think our blueberries,
which we only planted last year, were going to make it. But,
they are showing beautiful green!
|Blueberry bush #2...more of a 'stick', but hanging in there!|
|Blueberry bush #3. You can do it, little guy!|
|South fencerow, still in process of being cleaned up.|
|Another view of south fencerow.|
Brush and vine massacre ALMOST complete; straw bales will be going here
|Large compost bin, cooking away|
|Raspberry cane: Someone or Something tore it out!|
|Not sure if the roots will regrow, but...|
|I tucked the raspberry cane back into the ground anyway.|
Here's to hoping it will come back.
|Giant Hosta...it will become very beautiful during summer.|
But I keep wanting to replace it with something edible. ;)
|One of our many daylillies.|
Did you know you can EAT daylillies?
|Garlic getting taller|
|Chives are getting their purple buds|
|Radishes, going through a growth spurt!|
|Kale doing nicely!|
|Left; direct seeded kale. Right, kale started indoors and transplanted.|
A couple little cabbages are tucked in there, too.
|Spinach is bigger every day.|
|One of the baby lettuce pots....mmmm, salad coming soon|
|More radishes in a pot|
|Cabbage in a pot|
|One of three cabbages in a raised bed|
|North fencerow, bursting with possibilities|
|Blackberry, looking VERY healthy, yay!|
|Long sticks from our spring cleanup,|
waiting to become a bean teepee!
|Sage greening up nicely...|
|...but the rosemary died over the harsh winter.|
|A couple of the straw bales, waiting to be moved to|
the south fencerow. We will attempting to grow in the bales!
|Front yard dandelion forest!|
Some will be left for the bees, some will be picked for eating!
|North strip of the property;|
a three feet wide patch of shade that I'm determined to make use of somehow.
|Looking out the front door.|
This front yard has real potential...
Coming up; two fruit trees, and plans for garden beds.