Hurtled to 60 – The Retirement Years
A garden must combine the poetic and the mysterious with a feeling of serenity and joy – Luis Barragan
M-m-m-mm..yummy! Everything looks so good and healthy! Nice combination…
Thank you. I couldn’t quite get the perfect peas in a pod pic but hey they looked good enough to eat 🙂
Thank you! I was really pleased with them, I just have to remember to sow some more carrots.
Mighty fine looking fruit there, Ronnie. My pea plants are barely over 6 inches tall. I am hoping to see peas, but have my doubts. The heat is rolling in fast.
Wow, already! They look wonderful. Our first peas are still a few days behind, and the first sowing of carrots didn’t come so it will be a while till the rest are big enough to harvest. Bet they tasted wonderful – and didn’t make it to the kitchen…
This was the first batch of peas that DID make it to the kitchen! I eat the first 6 pods while I was taking the photo 🙂
They look beautiful carrots. they are something I have never been very successful with, my ground has always been stoney, but I’m not sure that is the reason, I’m going to try some in large pots if that fails I’ll give up. Christina
These are the vegetables I have grown in the raised bed, so the soil was all organic and manure. They had excellent growing care and I am really pleased with them – delicious too.
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