This is my Bubbs making a bee-line for the strawberry plant after I told him our first strawberry of the season was ready to eat.
I discovered a tiny slug was burrowing it’s way in – didn’t ruin the whole berry though… YUMMY!
My butterhead lettuce seedlings are doing very well…too well actually – time for thinning! I had the thinned seedlings on a salad tonight; delish!
The carrots, bell pepper and chard continue to grow nicely, as do the 4 tomato plants. One tomato plant has grown quite huge but has only produced one large tomato…I’m hoping there’s more to come!
My Impatiens and Begonias look lovely on the front
porch, as do the Geraniums and other flowers I’ve
planted but have already forgotten their names. 😦
I planted Celosium in the planters on the fence as well as in the front around this ghastly tree/bush thing we have. I’m hoping it brings more color to the front yard, other than green and white!
Thanks for visiting my garden today ~ I’d love to hear how your garden is growing sometime!