|Beautiful morning glory on the gazebo.|
|The blooms try to face the sun.|
|These girls help out in many ways. |
Even with her arm in a cast she is feeding
her sister when she isn't picking.
|Bright sun, fully open morning glory.|
|Such vibrant color.|
|Sisters picking the cherry tomatoes.|
Taste testing is almost mandatory!
|Anna and her two oldest cherubs |
bring in a cart full of produce.
|Onions and beets.|
|Lemon cucs and slicing cucs.|
|Taste testing among the very tall |
|Thumbs up on the multitude of lemon cucs from the field.|
|Grams makes the beets all tidy. |
She is good at that!
|Taking a break. Hi!!|
|A bee on the statice. It is bigger that some of the flowers.|
|Honeysuckle getting ready to bloom. This plant was moved from Jewell, Oregon (Dad's home town) to here in 2012.|
|Many colors of statice. These dry well, too.|
|The day is winding down. You can always tell when the morning glory start to close up. Their name says it all.|
|The "volunteer" sunflower has grown HUGE. Anna has to reach up high to get to the seed head.|
|More are closing up. See the little pale tube |
to the left of the blue one?
|Various sizes of zucchini.|
|A few more summer squash.|
|Triple Crown blackberries. Oh, they are thornless, too!|
|The Marys bag up the beans.|
|Figs. So sweet and yummy this time of year.|
|Anna made a delicious salad for lunch. |
She tries to keep us healthy.
|Crocosmia look like they are on fire.|
|A bee has folded up its wings and is |
sleeping on this zinnia. It is just before dark.
|More zinnias to pick.|
|A variety of yellow crookneck |
and straight neck squash.
|Patty Pan. Reminds me of little individual pie tins.|
|The yellow ones are Golden Zucchini.|
|Grams works on her weight training.|
|A cart full of goodness. So fresh and healthy.|
|She is strong! And so very willing.|
|Zinnias right before dark.|