Sunday, May 30, 2010

"It pleases me to take amateur photographs of my garden, and it pleases my garden to make my photographs look professional."

Now you guys up North are going to be drooling at these photos! We,
got started a little early this year. Of course, it frosted a couple of times after the plants got in. Seems here in the valley, Mother Nature had a good laugh. One day there was sun, then rain, then hail. . . then sun. Just 2 days ago, it was snowing in the foothills and the roads were closed to Tahoe/Reno.

Earth laughs in flowers.

All of a sudden, everything is blossoming and growing. Should ha
ve zucchini next week! Having to harvest herbs, beets, lettuce and planting more, already. It is amazing what a little warmth and sunshine will do for the soil, not to mention what it does for our soul! Love it!

Something very therapeutic about gardening in the sunshine, today. Buried a few troubles in the dirt. It was good for what ailed me!


1 comment:

Cowgirl said...

Okay...knock it off. Yes, you are WAY ahead. My peas are all of 2 inches high. My beets are still miniscule. The carrots are microscopic. The tomatoes are about a foot high. The squash isn't even in the ground yet. Blah, blah,blah. Perhaps you should post something on F-book to all your 'friends'...nanner, nanner, nanner.

Get ready for some fun while dressed in T's clothes, bungey belt and cataract glasses....heehee