|She knows her Papa (my brother John) liked/loved cherry tomatoes. She very carefully place these Sun Sugars "just so". This is John's headstone lovingly placed in the garden at The Farm. She visits him each week.|
|He is just waking up and facing his oatmeal. He has to eat it first before he can have his fruit roll up on the seat beside him.|
|Pretty lavender statice.|
|"Aunt Lorrie, a new bug, come take a picture!"|
|A big, beautiful apple.|
|Missing grapes eaten by bees.|
|Bees caught in the act.|
|Honey bee on the zinnia. |
Can you see the bright orange on its back elbow?
|Here the orange shows up a bit better. |
It is pollen to take back to the hive.
|A different bee.|
|Swiss chard likes cooler weather.|
|The big, volunteer sunflower is starting |
to show the seeds that have developed.
|Brightly colored carrots.|
|Did you know that the first carrots were red? |
We've come a long way, baby!
|Crunchy and pretty inside.|
|Soft and pretty.|
|Sweet little dahlias.|
|A cute little pink one.|
|Asters and roses.|
|Tender green beans with |
chopped up green olives.
|Pear and celery salad. So fresh and crispy.|
|AND veggies with pasta. |
Are we spoiled or what!
|Follow it up with a pumpkin cake with frosting. |
Is it nap time?
What do you mean we need to pick more???
|Pumpkins await pick up.|
|Angie adjusts the parsley we picked. |
The bed in front of her has the plants in it.
|The basil loves the heat of the greenhouse.|
|Heavenly blue statice and yellow dahlias.|
|Statice and zinnias.|
|Roses and statice. |
Can you tell Lisa is back at bouquets?
|She is helping carry armloads of statice. |