The strawberries (I only have one plant) I had planted in a pot. I decided that strawberries might go well in between all of the blue berry bushes. So I decided next year I'll buy some more strawberries to put there, and this year I'll just transplant this one into the ground and see how well it does. It took OFF! I think it may be a little late for the berries, so I might not get to eat them, but next year I'll know that these berries will do perfect here.
The first sign of this year's first attempt at pumpkins!!! We planted the seeds right before our three-day rain spell. I was afraid the seeds would get washed away (looks like that might have happened to the limas and habeneros) but I guess not! Its so unusual to get as much rain as we did this year in the month of June. It makes me worried that we're going to get a big hurricane come inland. I know, that might be weird. But that's what I think will happen!The year's first 'mater!
The bloom on a Roma tomato plant. I hope we get lots of these so we can can RNH's spaghetti sauce!
I just love to watch beans grow! I think its so neat that you can touch them to a stick, or whatever else, and just a few minutes later, you come back and the entire vine has wrapped itself around. You just have to be careful. Even walking past the plants, the little vines want to reach out and attach themselves to your clothing! They're so sticky!