Between camera issues (I have 3 kids, the issue is that one usually grabs the camera, drops it and we need a new one) and computer issues (crunked up computer) it has been a while since actually grabbed the camera, went outside and took some photos. But now we have a camera I hide from the kids so successfully that I forget where it is occasionally and a new laptop. So we are good to go!
Here is what we have going on in our little section of Sunny San Diego:
|Black Krim tomato|
|Strawberries. (Our small strawberry patch needs an overhaul and I just haven't had|
time to do it, so this small container should yield enough for the kids for now.)
|Container pickling cukes, and in front of that the seedlings I have had on hold.|
|Salad mix after a big cut down (I generally don't grow salad greens, but after seeing everyone else's harvest and all the salads, I got jealous.).|
|Juliet Tomato (small grape)|
|My mini patch of bulb onions (red and yellow)|
|Butternut Squash (Again, something I usually don't grow, but envy made me do it!).|
|Bush Bean Filet (http://www.botanicalinterests.com/products/view/0228/Bean-Bush-French-Filet-Seeds/srch:bean)|
|Water Spinach and Ram Ram in container|
|More Ram Ram|
|Gold Zucchini (http://www.botanicalinterests.com/products/view/0248/Squash-Summer-Max-s-Gold-Zucchini-Seeds/srch:gold%20zucchini)|
|Holey Cabbage and dill|
|A closer look shows my tiny Bittermelon plants. Third planting for these guys, the transplants|
did not take to the garden bed well, lesson learned.
|Another experiment for the year, artichoke. Poor little thing, our dog seems to think it was ok to step on it.|
|Edible Chrysanthemum sprouts|
|Chinese Okra (Luffa).|
Bok Choy in container. All the bok choy we planted in ground was
munched on by some critter. I replanted more, I swear!
So, other than the perennials in the yard, that's it!