|Excited to be in the greenhouse and |
helping her mom pick basil. :) One of my great-nieces.
|Something likes walking on sorrel. |
What big eyes you have my dear!
|Lisa picked a wagon full of roses off of one of Mom's|
old rose bushes. So pretty.
|"Look Mom, I can put the bags of basil in the boxes." ("And be proud of myself, too.")|
|First new onions of the year.|
|So healthy, a basket full of Kale.|
|All the fun tuckered her out. |
Lunch and a nap, sounds really good!
|Purple cabbage. I love all the colors and veins.|
|My little helper loved pointing out|
the raindrops on the cabbage leaves.
"Aunt Lorrie, take a picture!"
|My little helper hiding to the right|
in the leaves of the artichokes. Good times.
|Raspberries are almost ready to pick. |
So hard to wait until they get ripe.
|Dad's favorite little "wild" blackberries |
are loaded. A few warm days and they will be ready to pick, too.
|Week 4 bouquets ready to be taken home.|
|The white lily popped up unexpectedly in the|
flower beds. What else will we discover?
|One of our favorite roses.|
|Another of our favorite roses. (Aren't they all?)|
|Delphinium up close.|
|Statuesque delphinium from afar.|
|Beth and I went on a "walk about" week 4. |
She touched this little plum and it fell into her hand.
Natural thinning. No worries.
|Looks like there will be lots of plums!|
|Asian pears, too. Thanks Beth for being |
my "Vanna" hand model.
|If you have heard the rooster when picking up your box, here he is last summer on the post outside the potting shed. He is majestic.|
|The week before the first boxes. |
Bryan Hatzenbihler "Hatz", Jamie Ellis "Jame claim to Fame Ellis", and my niece Amber helped finish tearing down a small barn. LOTS OF MUSCLE POWER was used that day.
Thanks you guys, so much.
|"Harvest boxer" Melissa took this picture of Week 3 flowers and her husband, Edward's quiche creation using veggies from their weekly box. Thanks for sharing, wish I had "taste-o-vision" right now.|