Our garden is getting pretty wild and crazy! :)
With all the rain we've had this week, the corn has gotten very tall. Now that the corn is 4 inches tall, it's time to plant the beans and squash, known as the three sisters garden.
These Black Eyed Susans just popped up in the yard.
The canteloupe is getting so big. I can't wait until we can finally harvest it.
The tomatos and zuchinni are doing very well. I'm so glad we picked this sunny spot for this raised bed.
We have a few onions growing wild in the back yard.
The Texas Sage is a favorite with the honey bees and hummingbirds.
We have a gigantic grape vine growing on our front porch. It stretches all the way down the porch.
These yellow beans are finally ready to harvest. I'm hoping we can get enough for everyone to have some for dinner this week.
I can't wait to be able to make spaghetti sauce with these heirloom Roma tomatoes. I'm going to try to save as many seeds as possible this year.
These raspberries are absolutely delicious! We get a handful every morning and afternoon.
We have more beans growing up this bean pole, although I'm not sure what kind of beans they are.