a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Things Growin' At The Farm...

Peaches ripen
Early Girl tastes great.
Loving Hubby's fancy tomato cage.
Pollinators make it all happen.

What are you growing this year?

Forgot to mention,
I'm also cultivating my newest batch of dust bunnies.

18 comments:

Lynne said...

Food from the land . . . fresh a it gets!

Country Gal said...

Nice photos , tomatos look great . This year I am going to try to harvest most of my flowers and plants for next year . Hey I had dust bunnies up until yesterday lol . Have a good day !

An English Shepherd said...

Looks Tasty

SaucyKod said...

Pollinators, where would we be without them. Love this photo and the photos of your garden and peach tree look so nice. I do wish we lived in a climate to grow peaches. Well, just have to settle for Apples instead. It must be wonderful to go to the garden and pick a peach off your tree.
I do not think there is a better feeling than to go to your own garden and pick supper or lunch, right.

Journaling Woman said...

My tomatoes are in the ground but very tiny. You're way ahead of me.

I have planted tomatoes - large and cherry (my favorite), watermelon, cantelope and spinach OH and a jalepeno. That was an accident-didn't have my glasses on. But I'll grow it anyway.

T

Dreaming said...

Mmmmm....now I have tomato envy! We have one green Early Girl that we have been watching. Last night the winds were so strong, I'd be surprised if we even have a tomato plant left!
We're late with our garden. Hubby just finished fencing it from plant predators (deer and bunnies) yesterday. We have a few potato plants up and some beets and turnips. Waiting on other things to 'break ground'!

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Besides the dust bunnies I planted tomato's, bell peppers and lettuce all in big pots. It is easier on my back.
Oh I forgot I have strawberries too.
Love that you have peaches. I would be in hog heaven having them.
Hope you can enter my giveaway before it ends.
Love
Maggie

Carol Henrichs said...

Since I moved to Arkansas 8 years ago, my green thumb turned black. I'm nursing it back to its former, colorful self.

We just planted a peach tree this year. You give me hope. Tomatoes are looking promising. Hot peppers are rockin'. Ditto on the dust bunnies. :-)

TexWisGirl said...

my dust bunnies could rival yours, i'm certain! :)

Sue said...

Only tomatoes for me, but my son is doing a full garden!

=)

Terri Buster said...

No tomatoes here, but lots of those dust bunnies.

ellen abbott said...

my tomatoes finally started ripening. a nice complement to all the squash.

the canned quilter said...

Garden envy going on : ) Sure wished I had ripe tomatoes!

Pat said...

Nothing like a home grown tomato!

I don't have a garden - not with this condo! But I DO have three houseplants now. YES! And two outdoor plants to join my traveling cactus. So things are looking up!

LindaG said...

Haha. Yay for dust bunnies! ;o)
Everything looks great, Gail. Have a good evening!

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Them there dust bunnies are a given! :)
What am I growing..well..tomatoes until the very first one turned red..went out to peek at it yesteray morning only to find a BIRD had put it's beak into the side of it. Grrrr..so..I picked it a bit early..washed and cut off the offending beak mark and ate the darned thing!
Peaches are beginning to turn redish..plums the same, squash is stuggling against a pest...tiny apples that won't be ready until late in the year..same with oranges and lemons. That's about it.
And that's what this (transplanted) country girl is growing. Husband does NOT understand my need to grow things..so..
But of course you would understand Mele.
She is ..my baby! :)

Far Side of Fifty said...

Weeds so far that is it and some wildflowers! Your tomatos look mighty fine!!:)

Adullamite said...

Grow your own, lucky lass.

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