What a beautiful morning this is. Walking through my garden I noticed how big the different vegetable plants have gotten over a short period of time.
It has to do with the weather being so warm I’m sure. We’ve already harvested zucchini and beans.
Last month I posted an article called Lazy Gardeners Guide to planting. Most of these tomato plants grew from my garden/kitchen compost that I had mixed into the soil at the beginning of planting season. Now that the plants have grown, I can see how different they are. Some are very tall with small leaves, some are short with large leaves. I can’t wait to see what types of tomatoes will be growing.
Over the summer and as the vegetables grow and we harvest them, I will be writing a series called “From the Garden“, where I will post recipes that I make with the crop. Aren’t these little watermelons the cutest? They are a variety called sugar baby melons and won’t get very big. I can’t wait to taste them!
I hope you can join me on this fun summer trip to the garden of cuisine!
I’ll look forward to those recipes. My purple beans (my favorite) are only about 2″ long, and the zucchini are finger-sized, so there is lots of promise. I’m getting tired of shelling peas! But the lettuces have been amazingly delicious.
Just saw your comment today. Thank you for visiting. How is your garden coming along? I’ve had so much zucchini I’ve been running out of room to put them 🙂