My garden. My "scarecrow" was left by the previous owner, Fred Cast.
My whole garden. City people keep saying "wow", but trust me, I'm small potatoes out here.
My friends across the road have two gardens, each one easily 10-20 times the size of this.
Average garden out here is 5 or 6 times larger than this.
My tomatoes. Established tomatoes are 3 Aunt Lucy's Paste, 1 Opalka, and 7 volunteers (in the back).
The babies are 2 more each of Aunt Lucy's, Andes, Pantano Romanesco, Opalka.
First fruit. This is the very first tomato of the year.
A glamour shot of the very first fruit of the year.
These are the kids from the cabbage patch. Each of these tomatoes is a volunteer,
I have 7 volunteers this year. Byaw!
A mess of carrots.
My four garlics. I harvested the one in the lower right of the group, since all his leaves were dead. He's drying right now, and I'll eat him soon.
Sounds kinda "Hannibal Lector", eh?
Four peppers. Hard to see, since they're tiny, but the most visible one is near the center, between the two rocks. He's the lower left corner of the four peppers
A broccoli, which has already given me some of its bountiful goodness
One of the little buggers that's been eatin' my broccori!
I let this guy get one more night of munching, since I had massacred 7 of his friends that very same day.
Believe it or not, there's 6 lemon balms in this photo. I can't find them either.
My most hearty lemon balm. We'll see how they do.