As we transition from spring into summer, there are some new flowers and colors and growth to admire.
Just when we were breathing a sigh of relief that the strawberries and cherries were petering out, the black raspberries started to ripen.
Echinacea, pink and white, is adding to the perennial bed beauty.
The larkspur is creating a flower jungle. My plan is to try and keep on top of the seed pods as we definitely don’t need it spreading farther than it already has…we’ll see how that goes.
Fargo is helpful as always while we work outside. In this case, he thought my pile of branches needed a little unpiling.
The veggies are coming along. I dealt with some aphids on the tomatoes. Something is eating bean leaves, but the plants seem to be hanging on overall. Cucumber and squash plants are having trouble getting past germination. We’re not sure if it’s a seed fail or if something is eating them as soon as they pop.
A quick brag picture because hubby was really rockin the crusts towards the end of pie week. Woven lattice tops for the win!
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