Everything is looking good.
These are the first carrots I've ever grown!
Hey, honey? Eat your heart out!
Now, on to a few other pictures.
Peppers. It is oddly difficult to photograph these. It would help if I got closer but I didn't want to bother moving the fencing. I could step over it but I am convinced that if I don't have a quick escape route the earwigs will get me. I'm only half kidding.
We have SO many peppers.
It's hard to capture in a photo,
so here is a semi- close up of a couple.
The full sized tomato plants are absolutely heavy with fruit. I have never had such healthy, productive tomato plants. Since they are still green, they don't photograph all that well, so I'll just post the little guys, who are ripening up.
Yellow cherry tomatoes.
The big picture, taken last weekend. Thanks to Melissa & Jason at Paradigm Farms, now all I think when I look at the shed is how fabulous it would look with a cupola!
Hydrangea and beans in the background. I just realized
there are many bean pods that I think are ready to be
picked. If only I knew what to do with them once I do!
That's all (for now) folks!