|May 31 Garden|
|June 8 Fencing|
The garden is moving right along. We have planted so far: 2+ rows of potatoes, 2 rows of acorn squash, 4 rows of different types of zucchini, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, and maybe some brussel sprouts. There are also radishes, beets, and lettuce. Yet to be put in the ground are carrots, parsnips, kale, collards, and some other stuff. Seems like a lot but it has gone so fast. Special thanks go out Jennifer Wardell, Sharon Starry, and Bonnie Bladow for all of their help with planting and preparation.
|June 8 Garden|
Everything we have planted including this list: collards, chard, kale, parsnips, and carrots are now above ground. They are not much above ground by they are up.
A special thank you to Nathan Rasmussen for welding the lawn mower and for installing the the plumbing on the hydrant behind the church. He is working on a couple of other tasks as well related to the garden and the lawn maintenance.
Special thanks as well to Scott Clendaniel, Richard Clendaniel,
|June 22 Garden|
Have been very busy the last 6 weeks so have neglected posting to this. Hope you all do not mind.
There is much more of the fence to do but it is coming along. The rest will be a pictorial view of the garden as of Friday, July 1, 2016.
|June 30 Garden Rear View|
|June 30 Garden Front View|
|Broccoli and First Zucchini|
|First 33 Pounds to LSSA|