|Siblings ready to roll. |
Off to pick berries.
Hats to protect little heads.
|"Funny shaped raspberry, Aunt Lorrie."|
|More to ripen. A promise of what's to come.|
|These are all doubles. |
I need to do some research to find out why.
|A ripe Ananas Noire tomato. Yum. |
Picking tomatoes does wonderful
things to your hands, too.
|The newest from Oregon State University, |
Indigo Rose tomato. Purple on the outside, red on the inside.
|White eggplant, named Casper.|
|Old fashioned eggplant. Very slow growing.|
|Yellow Patty Pan summer squash.|
|Indigo Rose after one bite.|
|Lady bug on a purple bean leaf.|
|Various cherry tomatoes.|
|What a silly looking yellow |
crookneck squash. :)
We giggled over this one.
|Oh, newly dug potatoes. Hmmm. |
What should we do with you?
|Corn tassles. |
The pollen in the purple parts needs to land
on the corn silk of the ears or the corn kernels won't fill out.
|Tassles with pollen.|
|Corn silk on the top of the ears. |
Each goes to a corn kernel.
|Dahlias, blue statice.|
|Cactus zinnias and snapdragons. |
Every kid loves to play with snapdragons.
|Roses, blue statice.|
|Yellow calla lilies and yellow yarrow.|
|A strange looking triple zinnia. |
How cool is this!
|Very fragrant carnations.|
|I can't get enough of this two toned rose.|
|Such delicate colors on this rose.|
|Grams favorite dahlia. Yes, this is it.|
|An iced latte break with coffee ice cubes, too. Lisa usually makes her own coffee syrup, she's creative like that!|