Here are a few pictures of our garden as of Friday, June 25. We’ve been harvesting a good bit of lettuce and spinach, along with herbs when we need them. I spent quite a while Friday morning destroying more than a dozen cabbage worms and probably thousands of their larvae. They are what has been eating holes in many of the plants leaves, especially the broccoli. Hopefully it’s better now!
This is the main bed and a smaller one. The potato is the center front, and it is exploding! I just hope there is actually a potato under all those leaves.
Our zucchini plant is getting massive as well.
Finally, this is the little bed in the back. Hopefully the two butternut squashes on the left will give us a bountiful harvest like last year. The back one was quite droopy Friday morning, but was looking good after I watered.
wow! how talented you are! we are hoping to start a garden one of these days…
Beautiful veggie garden, so neat. I had cabbage worms on my lettuce; they are soooo annoying.
It looks so good! Thanks for sharing at the TGP!
Love your watering system… I do all mine by hand, ugh! I need to look into something like yours.
The plants look terrific. My husband grew up outside of Denver, but I don’t think his family ever had a garden… who knew? Thanks for sharing.
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