written by Yvonne
This weekend was mostly standard yard work; mowing, edging, spreading pine needles, etc. Got the berry bush area looking nice with a new layer of pine needles. Olive found the pine needles to be nice and cushy - a perfect shady spot to chill.
THEY'RE TURNING BLACK, THEY'RE TURNING BLACK!!
And yes, I realize that just because a few have turned black doesn't mean they're quite ripe yet... but I couldn't help myself. I ate one and OOooh doggy! was it tart
What? You think that's zucchini, not squash? But... I feel CERTAIN I planted squash seeds. ?
Look! Our zucchini blossoms have zucchini growing behind them!
This picture of borlotto beans is from last Thursday when I planted the seedlings.
Here they are, a mere five days later. WOW! There were four plants but only two had popped up. Now, all four are up and they've just about doubled in size.