This spring a bunch of friends and I started a garden. We built raised beds, shoveled horse manure, dug up the Earth and planted vegetables upon vegetables (all from seed). Joshua spends a lot of time weeding, watering and hanging out with the plants everyday and I join in on the gardening activities about once or twice a week. Friday was one of those delightful days. Classes have ended so we spent a couple hours gardening in the sun. (Sidenote: I'm completely done with college! All that's left is graduation in a week.) We've planted squash, tomatoes, beans, peas, lettuce, beets, carrots, zucchini, basil, oregano, dill, and peppers. So far we've harvested some lettuce for salads and basil for pasta. I can't wait until the tomatoes are ripe! Fresh, homegrown tomatoes are my absolute favorite! That twine thingy you might notice in some photos is for the climbing peas. Some are climbing, but some are dying :( We're still learning how to make plants grow!
20 May 2012
11 May 2012
I got a little sidetracked from finishing my week in the life posts, so my pictures from April 24-27 are a