Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Some Photos

I just wanted to share a few photos I took when I got home this afternoon.

Photo Below: The raspberries are just about ready for picking.



Photo Below: Looks like I'll be picking corn by the 4th of July. I'm hoping!




Photo Below: Round Zucchini



Photo Below: Spaghetti Squash



Photo Below: This photo is for Granny over at Annie's Kitchen Garden.
Attacked by something and have become all wilty and spindly and floppy.
I'll be pulling potatoes in a few weeks and these beds will get some summer color.



Photo Below: New home for the Hosta's. I think they will be much happier in the carport and out of the hot sun.



Gardening is a way of showing that you believe in tomorrow.
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8 comments:

  1. liisa - I've got something attacking a few of my potato plants, as well. Ready or not, they'll be harvested in 2 weeks. Thanks for showing the photos.

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  2. OH-MY-GOODNESS! "Attacked" is right! What on earth would have done that to your lovely potatoes? As much as I preach how fun gardening is, and not to take it seriously....I think that would seriously make me cry. I hope they had already blossomed, so you can at least get some good baby potatoes.

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  3. Hi EG and Granny,

    I think slugs have been eating them. They have been getting spindly in the last few weeks and falling over on their own weight. I have only seen one flower bud try and come up... but then nothing. So I don't know if they will bloom or not. But like I said I'm going to pull them in a few weeks... like you EG... ready or not.

    Liisa

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  4. I can look at veggie pictures all day. Thanks.

    Sorry about the taters. Is it really hot there now? Maybe the heat had something to do with their downfall.

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  5. Hi Cheryl,

    You're welcome :-)

    It's been on and off with the heat. They started to get too tall to keep them selves upright and then something started eating them.... slugs I think. We do have lots of click beetles in the area… I can hear them in the trees... so who knows.

    Liisa

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  6. I love your blog, and absolutely love your garden/back yard. Our journeys appear to be very similar, so hope to visit again soon. All the best, and keep your fingers muddy this summer!
    Stacey

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  7. Hi Stacey,

    Thank you for following my blog and the kind words about my garden. I just read you profile and you are right our garden journey is on the same path. Best of luck and come back and visit again soon.

    Liisa

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  8. Oh no. So sorry about the taters!

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