It is still early spring weather


The yard is coming along. It was far too windy this weekend to wrangle sheets of plywood and shed siding, but I did go buy most of the wood.


The cherry trees have hundreds of blossoms this year.  I hope the birds leave me a lot of fruit. Mmmm, pie.

Last night it nearly frosted again. I didn’t cover anything, and they look like they all made it.  I have 11 tomatoes in the ground, 8 peppers, and a large variety of herbs.  3 raised beds are still bare.

How does your garden grow?


One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Leilani on May 14, 2013 at 12:46 pm

    How exciting for your cherry tree!! I will hope with you for it’s preservation. Sadly, we had four frosts hit last month so no fruit tree bounty this year. 😦 I, too, have tomatoes and peppers–too many, in fact. Had plans for lots of other stuff but I just don’t seem to have the heart this year. Maybe by June I will get a second wind and plant some green beans and okra…


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