It’s been a busy week in these parts. We pulled the garlic in hopes of curing it for a few days and our timing could not have been worse! It’s been rainy every day since getting it out of the ground. Three large beds of garlic lined up like sardines waiting for the sun. Currently the garlic is bundled and hanging in the barn. Best laid plans and all…
The corn is growing great! It’s interesting when not growing hybrids how variable the stalks are in height.
And it is beginning to tassel!
We’ve been enjoying the sweet mild savoy cabbages and right behind them are the purple cabbages so we’re never at a loss for coleslaw!
Wild bergamont which I planted from seed is taking over a nice big section of the garden. I love the hummers who visit as the dart in and out of the garden. I can always tell when they are feeding by the sound of buzzing overhead.
Grandpa Ott morning glories making their annual pilgrimage up the fence ever higher reaching for the sun. And that’s what’s happening this week on the homestead. How’s by you? Swing by and set a spell why don’t you.