Thursday, June 18, 2015

Berry Good!

Our raspberry bushes, if pruned properly, bear two crops, one in June on wood from the previous season and another in late summer on new growth.


Crumbling whole-grain cereal biscuits into a bowl, sloshing cold milk over them, and tossing in garden-fresh berries is a wonderful way to start the day.


Our twenty-two tomato plants are flourishing because of abundant rainfall alternating with glorious sunshine.


Shasta daisies are lending their friendly cheer to the front garden.


Daylilies usually take several years to develop into nice productive clumps, but when they do, they put on a remarkable show.


The  asparagus bed now has reached the height of eight feet!

The female plants carry seeds which will eventually turn red

Dirac the Young Cat loves hiding in the asparagus bed but today he came out for a little while and posed for photos on a nearby path.


À la prochaine!