Here’s just a few shots of what’s going on with our gardens and rest of the property near the beginning of June. We had a mild spring that wasn’t too wet and actually got very hot towards the end of May. Just had a nice rainy day yesterday after about a week without, so everything is pretty happy at the moment.
Here’s the back garden in a couple of wide shots.
Those are potatoes in the foreground.
A shot from the front to show off some flowers already blooming.
Hops are already going nuts. These poles are about 15-20’ at the top.
Here’s the front garden. Look how big the garlic is already. It’s pretty happy this year. By the way, all the green is partially due to the cover crop of buckwheat that we are leaving in place for now between rows and where we haven’t planted yet. A bit of an experiment and in some ways makes it harder to see the rows, but hoping the benefits make it worthwhile.
Here’s the orchard. A couple of the initial plantings are finally starting to show some growth.
Here’s a similar shot from around the same time last year. Notice how much we filled in the middle section this spring.
And finally, another shot of the ducks at 6 weeks just for fun. They are now outside in their permanent spot, although not free ranging yet.
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@skills0 boy do I feel like a slacker! LOL. Amazing!!!
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@skills0 WOW the garden is going gang busters! Great work!!!
@skills0 Is the electronet fencing around the veggies to stop bunnies or something?
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