Our Garden

Thanks to my wonderful Hubby, we have a garden every year.  He tills, hoes, prays over and checks its growth.  I hardly ever have to do anything in it and when I do it is my choice.  The garden is his baby!  He started planting a few weeks ago and already the potatoes  and onions  are up and thriving.  He has planted a bigger one this year, hopefully we will reap a good harvest & it will be canned and frozen for use during the winter.  Here are some pictures of his hard work.  DSCN0789DSCN0797 Actually it’s potatoes, not green beans!DSCN0798Onions for salsa, I can home made salsa, and we grow all the ingredients!DSCN0801 

Can you tell what this is??  Strawberries!  We have quite the strawberry patch this year.  This patch started with one or two LITTLE plants.  Now look at it!DSCN0799

We ran out of room here, and the Beans planted some shoots in the garden, this is their patch.DSCN0796Right now, there are strawberries everywhere!  We are soo looking forward to being able to freeze some and make some jam for the Beans PB&J’s.DSCN0803 

Can you see that little piece of fruit???  Any guesses???  This is Bryan’s peach tree.  Oh my how he baby’s this one!  Right now the peach tree is covered with these babies, and we are just praying they don’t get frosted on.  DSCN0804

Raspberries anyone?  This bush right here produced raspberries all summer last year.  The Beans are really looking forward to these also.  We also have blackberries growing behind the house, and hopefully we will have some for pies and cobblers.  Does anyone else have yummy things growing in their garden?

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2 thoughts on “Our Garden

  1. That is wonderful! Looks like you have a great piece of ground for gardening and raising kids.
    I have some lettuce and onion plants in. I’d love to plant strawberries. My kids are looking forward to cucumbers.

  2. Hi 🙂 Actually no, I wont even go outside without makeup on hehehe. So Im no natural..I wish 🙂

    Wow your garden is amazing. We wish we had enough land to have a garden that size. We have a very small one in our back yard. Havent been able to plant yet as still not warm enough 😦

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