the harvest is plenty but the laborers are few

Saturday, June 12, 2010

How does your garden grow?



So I started this blog to write about my adventures in gardening... and thus far I have been writing more about Spiritual Fruit that about Garden Vegetables... Don't get me wrong, I am all about the Fruit.  But I am going to head on over to the garden today and give you a peek.


Kale (please send recipes...) amid marigolds, onions, pepers and eggplant.


A repurposed tomatoe cage.  My neighbor's husband welded together old calf fence.  THIS is one heavy duty tomatoe cage.  Brandywine Heirloom Tomato plant growing inside amid lettuce, onions and dill. 


My pretty peas...
I actually had a bunch of fun garden photos like this but silly me I took them in RAW mode and now my computer is being stubborn and won't share them with you all.

What's in your garden?

5 comments:

Pamela said...

i will trade you kale for kale recipes.

jldavis8517@hotmail.com said...

I have lots of photos too but just no time to post them. I've been too busy tending to the garden :)

I have cabbage, lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower, onions, peas, j.peppers, b.peppers, red peppers, yellow peppers, peas, and 3 types of tomatoes, tons of herbs-OH and weeds...

Jacqualine said...

I have lots of photos too but just no time to post them. I've been too busy tending to the garden :)

I have cabbage, lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower, onions, peas, j.peppers, b.peppers, red peppers, yellow peppers, peas, and 3 types of tomatoes, tons of herbs-OH and weeds...

Amy said...

Love this! In the spring I was determined to have a garden (because all my friends were planting gardens...ahem). Then, as summer approached, I realized I really had no desire or interest to have a garden. I don't enjoy planting, weeding, or harvesting. I love the cooking part, but I can get the goods at the farmer's market. So in taking my own advice, I realize this is not a priority for my family at this time and THAT'S OKAY! I love to see what others are doing in the garden, and maybe next year...By the way, we planted kale last year. It came up great! But I thought it tasted yucky.

Hanna said...

You have to hid Kale in things like soup, stew or quiche. :)