|Our small harvest girl has the |
cutest toes today.
|"Cousin Alex, that sun sure is bright!"|
|"Ohhh, here is another one."|
|"Mom, whatcha think, maybe this one?"|
|Lady bug on the parsley.|
|The cantaloupe are growing.|
|Striped watermelon sunbathing.|
|So are the watermelon.|
|A huge cantaloupe. Only two of these in the patch. |
Their name on the seed packet was "Giant Cantaloupe".
It is about a foot long.
|A cart full of produce.|
|This is what happens to cucumbers |
when the weather goes from hot to hotter
and water can't keep up.
|"Looky, sunflower seeds."|
|Pretty colored tomatoes of all sizes.|
|"Millionaire" eggplant. Long and lean.|
|Sitting pretty. |
Her cup has good balance.
|A refreshing afternoon beverage. Thanks |
Anna and Lisa.
|Cipollini and Candy onions.|
|How did she get here so fast?|
|Full cart from the orchard.|
|A wagon of sunflowers.|
|Love the colors.|
|Just one more.|
|A wagon load of dahlias.|
|Lisa's table of bouquets. Awww.|
|Pink roses, pink dahlias, |
|And yet another.|
|Dark pink dahlia.|
|Two tone rose.|
|Opening up and pale-ing out.|
|Pink statice with |
|Blue statice with white accents.|
|Warm day, fruit eating cherub needs a ride!|
She even is cute with a sticky face.
|A delicate rose.|
|A plethora of sweet peas.|
So many colors and varieties, here are a few.
|This one looks shy.|
|A volunteer sunflower|
in with the sweet peas
and yellow yarrow.
|Many seeds have formed.|
Next the birds will be
hanging upside down