I finally got to hang out in my own gardens a little this afternoon. I spotted lots of new growth I’d missed the last few days of whizzing by the tomatoes, with my tail on fire, headed to someone’s house to install their gardens. There are lots of exciting things going on in my garden right about now, and I’m pretty excited at how well everything is doing.
The strawberries are still putting out fruit, as if someone fed them strawberry crack.
And by the time the strawberries start to slow down, I will be picking blackberries from two bushes.
The Meyer Lemons are budding out, too.
And one single peach.
I spotted many more tomatoes this afternoon that I have seen the last few days.
And about of a third of the onions, drying in their cool dark place. The rest are still in the ground.
The cucumbers are thinking hard about it, the eggplants don’t seem to be in a hurry. The herbs are going crazy, and it’s hard to believe it is almost harvest time for the first basil. MMM, pesto. I’ve got lots of great Texas Olive Oil, and local parmesan laying in wait for pesto making day.