Garden walk, first week of May~

By , May 8, 2012

Let’s go see what the garden’s doing!

And you’re barefoot, right? Ok good! ‘Cause garden walks are so much better when your feet are on that cool grass, touching the earth directly…


Mulching the beds… I know, I should’ve gotten to this task while the plants were smaller. Because when they’re already this big, you’re having to delicately thread your mulching material in amongst those maddeningly fragile stems!

Broad bean flowers


A broken toe slows ya down… but moving more slowly has turned out to be a good thing.

Try it sometime (moving slowly I mean).

Potato patch

Onion patch


3 Responses to “Garden walk, first week of May~”

  1. Aja says:

    Oh my, look at all that goodness! Those lettuce leaves are making me drool, they look so tasty and fresh!

  2. snowpeas says:

    Gorgeous! and already so far along!!

  3. Trish says:

    Poor toe… lovely garden.
    Everything is so much further on than here. My potatoes are just popping out of the ground, and my poor onions and shallots are going moldy with all the rain we have had… so much rain you wouldn’t believe.
    Much love

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