We have a couple of different garden areas, one larger shared garden on the side lot. My husband cleaned up most of the old tomato plants and vines while he was off but left the pie tins we use to scare off the beasts. This is where we plant the majority of our tomatoes, zucchini, pumpkins, cukes, beans and whatever else we sprinkle about.
Then there is the side garden, just a couple of boxes but they sure can produce. I had some peppers, a couple of special zucchini plants, a few cherry tomatoes and marigolds to help with bugs and pretty things up a bit.
Up across from the porch is our retaining wall that I have covered in perennials and a few annuals for good measure. I particularly like zinnias for fall color.
The straw from the chicken coop will serve as mulch. We'll be thinking about getting new chicks this year as ours are getting very old.
He trimmed the grape plants and will need to spray them for black rot later on, a common Missouri problem.
The onions were popping up, not very well developed though.
Then this is growing- does anyone know what it is?
How about this? This grows like crazy on the sunny side of the house next to the foundation. Is it edible?
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