This is what the moon looked like Saturday morning when I took the dogs outside so they could do dog things. I had to run back in the house and get my camera. The light at the bottom is someones yard light. I thought the orb was a spectacular color.
My onions seem to be progressing nicely.
Upon closer inspection, I see I have a few peas coming up. Really...just a few.
Look! I have blooms! A promise for the future. I love tomatoes.
Pickling cucumbers, zucchini, and yellow squash are growing here.
I have been picking away at the chores in this garden. Farmer J came over today and helped me change out the fence in the top left corner. What a good friend.
This is what it looks like now. New fence and posts, all neat in a row. All boarded up around the edges to help keep the water where it will do the most good. As you can see, the other rows are about ready, too.
I also took the beds I made for the East wind garden and put them in here. I want to put ground cloth in the bottom so the crab grass can't grow through...or at least will slow it down a little.
What I really wanted to show you is that little yellow bloom. Your name is pickling cucumber!
This one is zucchini! My bread is so yummy! I can hardly wait!
This is what it looks like today. I am trying to get the water lines laid.
Late last week I trimmed up the oleander bushes. I still have three to trim. I have been thinking I could dig these up and replace them with pomegranates. Much better use of water...in my opinion.
I filled in this tree well with compost and manure. I want to do this to all the trees. They would be so pleased.
As you can see, I keep busy. I have lots of plans to get this place looking good again.
Only a lot better!