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Friday, May 11, 2007

Brandie and Daddy Planting our Garden!

Here are some of our beauties. Sweet basil, purple basil, regular tomatoes, jelly bean tomatoes, zucchini, and chives. We sure hope we have success.


Here is our baby sweet corn, green beans, and more tomatoes. DH went nuts with the tomatoes. He planted a bunch of seeds, which leaves us with a bunch of tomato plants. Good thing our family eats them by the bushel. :o)




Our sweet Brandie working the soil with her dad.




It was some really tough ground. Thanks to my dad they finally got a reprieve by using his tiller. That made things move really fast.



There are our little green beans planted by Brandie. She is also planting the corn in this picture. In the end, Brandie also planted cucumbers, cauliflower, and lettuce.
Thank you Brandie for all your help.


Last but not least a cute picture of Tilly, one of our fur kids, playing in daddy's sock drawer.


Aren't fur kids cute?




Busted! Now she is ready to escape. :o)

5 comments:

scottishvegan said...

Lovely pics! I so wish I had a garden to plant lots of yummy veggies…

Melody Polakow said...

Good luck with your garden! and the kitties are adorable..

Vegan_Noodle said...

This definitely makes me long to get out of my townhome and into a house with a yard so I can try my thumb at gardening. Hope the summer season treats you well! Keep us updated on the plants' progress....

Dori said...

Yeah Brandy and daddy! One thing about gardening my land it does give us a family project and is large enough extended family often digs in too, that is what I enjoy about the garden the most. I have noticed corn started this year, I have never seen this before... we have always planted from seed. Maybe it is because many people do not have room for more than 6 corn stalks and do not want a package of seeds. :) ?

aTxVegn said...

It looks like a beautiful day to have the family working in a garden. I hope everything grows huge and delicious!

I hope you had a wonderful Mother's Day, Sheree!