|Lettuce in the greenhouse for winter
|Perdita Rose opening today. That's a team player.
|Flower forming on the small sunflower
|One of my favorites. Aster.
|A casualty of the rain.
|7 foot sunflower resting on it's side
|Note the graceful arc over the garden
|Sweet Pea. A really cute cat!! If you want to read the story of her rescue in
Hawaii, click here.
|Really cool fungi that literally came up over night
|In Loving Memory
|Strawberry bed before
|Strawberry bed after. Three rows of three types of berries. Using runners
instead of buying plants. Ahhhh...Patience.
|Bed with Brussel Sprouts, Cabbage and two rows of garlic.
|The newly planted Meeker Raspberry. In the bed, cauliflower, Bright Lights
Swiss Chard and Purple Kale
|There is a very straight row of Cauliflower right behind the baby lettuce's and the
generic garlic that I had intended to compost are right by the carrots.
|Just a fashion shot of my perennial border. LOVE asters.
|New and much improved (bigger) Rosemary
|For those cold autumn days I highly recommend a latte made with
a Nespresso machine. I got mine at Muffet & Louisa in Sidney. Best
kitchen shop in the world!!
See the little sunflower right in the centre of the picture on this side. I planted
one on the far side on the same day. It is now about seven feet tall. This one
is less than two feet tall. How does that happen?
Measuring to the property line. The bed is on this odd angle because the lot is
at wonky angles. The beds are lined up to be straight in line with the house, sidewalks, deck etc.
|Shiro Yellow Plum, planted today
|A bit messy, but along the fence is the raspberry bed and the new
compost bins on the right. Note the mint in between. I didn't know
they like shade!
|The strawberry bed. The area will be mulched and will have the Japanese Maples
as a backdrop. I think it'll be beautiful.
|Two of the three bins, with some of the straw now removed from garden area
|Crispy maple leaves
|Tomatoes all seemingly ripening at warp speed
|The White Rabbit in the Japanese Maple garden
|Freshly cut basil
|My strawberry, step away and no one gets hurt
|Peter's Honey Fig
|Fig tree now has 3 little figs
|Peter's Honey Fig