After a 30 year hiatus Mother Nature has been dating DocRebuild. What a lovely dish she is. A nicer gal is hard to find. Following are some pictures with my gardner Jason. He likes using that pitchfork and burying things in the dirt. Such a nice fellow if you are his friend and don't cross him.
~ 3 patio tomato - already have yellow flowers coming out; 12 early girl tomatoe - early July; 12 plum tomato and 9 zucchini - late July.
~ 12 yellow frying pepper , 12 broccoli, 12 cauliflower, 12 salad bowl lettuce, 12 Boston lettuce and 6 acorn squash - July.
~ 6 sweet corn, 3 watermelon, 6 red cabbage. 12 Brussel sprouts, onions - August.
~ Plus a herb garden and ooodles of flowers coming out.
A few of the window boxes.
Patio Tomato plants.
After weeding, and tilling but before planting, watering or adding special fertilizer.
Jason is my gardener. He just ate a small child that ventured near the garden. Brownie is guarding the foreground.
Don't get Jason mad. He is such a sweet fellow if you stay far away and don't ever - well you know.
All the rows are planted and watered and Jason added some of that special fertilizer he got at the Foramen feed store. It's a new brand called BigJules and it is really loaded with ....
It has only been on the market 30 months and a little bit really is all you will ever, ever need or want. Fence is up to keep out the vermin and varmits.
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