It still amazes me that I have a garden and it is growing. Tomato plants! Peas! Zucchini and basil and squash. Two months ago it was a square of dirt and now we have a jungle of tangled vines that might produce produce. Is anyone else amazed by this?
It would help if I kept things in better shape, I’m sure. I pulled five five-gallon buckets’ worth of weeds out of five raised beds. That seems like an awful lot for one 16’x25′ piece of land.
Still. My little patch of earth is producing sugar peas and wee baby cucumbers and wee baby eggplants. I pulled carrots and chives and dug up some garlic this week. I transplanted a few Thai basil plants so that the zucchini would have room to grow. I might have overestimated how much zucchini we want.
Good carrot harvest. Received a garlic from one of my neighbors, and picked a quart of sugar peas. I’m excited to share this with our first investor, Seth’s mom. I call it our CSA. Not bad for Earth Morning Farm v.1.0, I’d say.