It is Saturday, and after having been out of town or dealing with family in town nearly every weekend for the last month, we're taking a weekend to just relax and do stuff together, as a family. Since I'm feeling a bit intellectually drained after everything I wrote earlier in the week, I thought I would share some garden pictures. It had a lot of time to grow while I was gone.
That is a six foot tall privacy fence that my tomatoes are next to. Yes, you read that right. Six foot tall tomatoes. Yet not a single ripe one in the bunch. I have however had to take a small bucket of blossom end rot ones off. Ask me how I feel about that, I dare you.
It rained before bed last night, and there isn't much of a sign of it anymore, except on my kale plant. Right there, in the middle of the plant.
This is a volunteer sunflower. It grew below the bird feeder that we put in front of M's window. I had these visions of huge sunflowers growing up like an exterior curtain, so I just let them go. Little did I know that with the dry weather they would all end up tiny. This one is about a foot tall.
These are my tiny Brussels sprouts. They make me really happy.