8.01.2010

The Harvest

We're reaping the fruits of our labors, literally. As with any garden, we've had about 27838753873429 zucchini so I didn't bother documenting those. However, we've never had much of a green bean harvest and this year we have gobs. The corn is taller than it's ever been. And, there's a cantaloupe plant giving off tons of the little suckers - and we didn't even plant it!

5 comments:

Poetry of Life said...

Yum! Looks good!

rl_riddle said...

Wow! Look at that tall corn! Love those summer gardens. And what a cute little barefoot gardener, too. xoxox

Rafahi Family said...

NICE!!! For some reason in the NW this year (or at least in OR) a lot of people are having trouble with their gardens producing anything. All I have gotten to pick/eat is green onions (have been growing non-stop for over 2 yrs now), spinach, radish and a little lettuce. I am still waiting for the tomatoes, corn, zucchini, yellow squash and more tomatoes.
:-(

Kellie said...

"the corn is as high as an elephants eye" now I know why that phrase was in the song!

good job Riddles

twinzmama said...

Woo hoo, too bad we don't still live near you! Ha, ha. We usually plant at least a pot of tomatoes and didn't even do that this year so good job for you guys!

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