I gave you a little taste (well, I was the only one who literally had a taste) of my garden the other day. Now I will show you more pictures.
June 8, 2012: Here I am, squatting in my garden. (Squatting is such an unattractive word. Crouching, perhaps...?)
Please take notice of the absence of weeds. Get a good look, because it doesn't last.
July 23, 2012:
Es mi jardín! It's amazing what a little sunshine and water can do, eh?
And because I know you have nothing better to do with your time than read about my vegetable (and fruit) garden, I will now tell you about each of the plants.
This is the cantaloupe, or so I am told. I see cute, happy, little yellow flowers all over, but no fruit. Yet.
Here we have cucumber. My favorite. Why is it my favorite? You might think it's because of the flavor. You would be wrong.
It's because the baby cucumbers are SO CUTE!! I don't think I've ever had such adoration for a vegetable, before. Isn't it darling, though? It's a sweet little spikey baby cucumber with a bright yellow flower on top. I think I'm going to name him. Hidalgo? Drexler? Larry? I'll work on that.
Corn. Who knew it could have bright pink hair? Not me.
And if all goes as planned, this green pepper will be red in a few weeks! Oh yum.
(Oh, and because you asked, I also have lots of tomatoes, squash, green peppers and basil. Ok fine. You didn't ask. I just wanted to over-share.)