The squash is taking over the
Mostly, it's spaghetti squash. Like this:
20+ spaghetti squash. Not too much, right? Right?
And then there's the buttercup squash - cutest thing in the garden:
Except for this:
Baby watermelon! All together now - awwwwww!
Okay, I'll stop with the squash.
Right after this:
Yellow zucchini! (Thank you, spellcheck inventor, because I never spell
I've been eating green
Even though the plant looks like this:
The tomatoes are coming right along, along with the peppers, finally:
I've been eating radishes, spinach and some lettuce for a while now, and just harvested 3 heads of this:
And two napa cabbages - stir fry tonight!
Other things have been going on while I've been busy elsewhere:
I'm surprised I have any peas, after the Great Rabbit Attack of 2010.
Not only did the *&@* thing eat the peas, it SLEPT on them. Morning after morning, in spite of the fence, I'd look out the window to see the rabbit snoozing away.
So then I killed it, gave the carcass to the dogs, and spread it's fur to warn all the other rabbits. Bwahahahahahhaaa!!
Okay, not really. But I did spread fur around the garden and it seems to be working! I have an excess of fur for some reason...
"I don't like you anymore. You hurt my feelings"
That's okay. You're still fat.*
The garden is growing, and doing quite well, especially for my first one ever - at least in my opinion.
"But the garden is not us, so it is unimportant. Now get us food"
*Katy has actually lost ~3 pounds so far. So while she has a