July 11, 2011

Gardening is addictive...

Our garden started out a few months ago being a field with some baby plants and rows of seeds.

After months of hard work (mainly on hubby's part due to his tiller operating skills) we have this:

Everything is getting massive!

But better yet, they are beginning to produce veggies!

These broccoli plants gave us this:

And, almost that much more the next day.

The squash and zucchini are beginnign to grow.

And, some of our pepper plants are even getting a few small peppers!

Our corn and beans are looking pretty good. 
The beans are climbing the pink twine I put up for them nicely. 

I'm really excited about our watermelon vines. 
I can't wait to see if they produce and watermelons. At least any big enough to eat.

I picked all these things on Saturday (besides all the broccoli). 
Our lettuce is BEAUTIFUL!  (I never thought I would say that about lettuce).

Then a good friend of mine gave me all the beautiful beans!  I need to get them strung and broken. 

Gardening is hard, but so worth it.  When we have all the delicious tomatoes, onions and peppers fresh daily and I am canning soup, salsa and spaghetti sauce with my grandmother, it will so be worth all the hard work.  Not to mention that I get to share fresh veggies with friends and coworkers.  

I will be back later today with the winner of the E.O. Pet Products winner.  Make sure to sign up for giveaway if you haven't already!

And..........to Domestically Seasoned, I NEED your address and syrup choices for the SodaStream giveaway or I will be forced to choose another winner.  Please email me at TiffanyBHill01@gmail.com


Rachael West said...

Awesome looking produce girl, wish I could shop in your backyard. The broccoli looks good enough to eat raw :o).

Because you know I like it raw.

"That's what she said" - sorry I know it's Monday but I HAD to.

Anonymous said...

Yum, love fresh FOODIES!..yall's garden is fantastic.

Unknown said...

Your Garden is fantastic. we are starting to get cucumbers, lettuce and beans from out little, dinky garden. So delicious when it is fresh. BTW I emailed you my address from domesticallyseasoned@gmail.com. and my choices. Thanks so much Tiff.