Battles & Bounty!


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Look at the mess…

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Beer traps are set up and many have met there match….. more to come I’m sure..

I’m hoping the Beans from Sue will recover..

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They even managed to find their way into the Canna Lily pots in the greenhouse…

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they’ve been moved out..

Two – 8ft rows of carrots that were up about an inch last week are now gone!

Artichokes, they aren’t really a battle,  they are nice and healthy…but what was I thinking??? They are going to be huge plants…I don’t have room in the veggie beds….lol…maybe I can find someone willing to take some home  😉

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…a few will go into pots…

These little Corn Salad plants,  were planted March 18th..Wow, talk about slow growing ! Is this normal?

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Here’s some  good news…a little bounty..

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Swiss Chard & Kale ..Green Smoothies here we go…

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The Green house is filling up

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Tomatoes are flowering

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Radishes are growing well

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We have Strawberries

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I wont be filling the freezer any time soon but there are more to come

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Lettuce Greens

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Burnet Lettuce-tastes a little like aniseed..

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and looks like a weed..

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Rhubarb is already going in the freezer

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Lima Beans , Purple Sprouting Broccolli and Cabbage

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a close up of the Lima Bean Flower…I had never seen one before

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Amber is enjoying  the Greenhouse..

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….off to get some carrot seeds in and hands dirty 🙂

4 thoughts on “Battles & Bounty!

  1. Too bad those slimmy things ruined so much. But sure looks like you are going to have a full freezer by the end of the season. Looking good Thelma

  2. The lima bean flower is gorgeous! And I really want to taste the Burnet Lettuce. Sounds great.
    Sorry about the slugs…bugs can be such a pain!

  3. So sorry about the slugs… 😦 But everything else looks great. As far as the corn salad plants…that’s what so many of my plants have looked like this spring…growing in slow motion or something. I was excited to see the strawberries. They look great!

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