Tuesday, May 19, 2009

My hands have been busy elsewhere

With this....We planted corn and green beans, tomatoes, zucchini, yellow squash, broccoli, spinach, cucumbers, watermelon and Rhubarb.

And keeping this guy out...
My hands have also been busy pulling these...
I'm about half way done with the pulling of the weeds. And it's amazing the things you find when you pull the huge tall grasses out of the way. If you want to see what I found check out my Photog Blog.

So I hope you will excuse me from blogging classes for the next little while.

26 comments:

Shawn said...

YOU are just the little gardening guru! So impressed.

I wish you lived closer, so you could come help me with my yard!---sigh.

Martha H. said...

Holy schmoly! This is exactly the reason why I don't own my own home. I can't stand yard work. Looks like you're gonna have a fabulous garden, though.

Jan the crazy lady said...

You grow girl. That is so awesome.

Shauna said...

AWESOME! Come on over and enter my book giveaway I have going on it ends today :) ♥ HUGS ♥

Lady of Perpetual Chaos said...

Holy Garden Batman! Way to go! We're still struggling to get our tiny little garden in. You're totally excused. ;o) Can't wait to see future pictures of your garden.

Karen said...

Can I have some of those fresh veggies when they're ready?

Vanessa said...

My husband would love to have a garden that big! LUCKY!

Erin said...

Wow, I'm so impressed! You've got a lot going on right now. Enjoy the fresh air :)

Lee said...

Hey, I hope your garden sprouts up nicely!
We have a tiny garden in our backyard.

Kristina P. said...

I've only had rhubabrb once, and it was delicious! Your garden looks fabulous!

Four Guys and a Gal said...

So jealous of you garden -it's huge!!!

Leslie said...

Wowza - what a huge garden! I would love that. One day I hope. If I did it now, that literally would be my entire backyard since we don't have the biggest space. So for now I have to be content with my three 4x6 square foot gardening boxes. Can't wait to see what you grow!

Jessica G. said...

So, wait...is that your chicken? And I expect some zucchini from you. Both my thumbs are black.

Melissa said...

You amaze me! Gardening and pulling weeds would be like going to the dentist! I would rather eat my own head!!
Well done girl!

Christa said...

I am so jealous of the amount of space you have. I still haven't planted mine and the area I want to plant is only 5ft x 15ft. Nothing like the area you've been working on. It all looks really good by the way.

Jillene said...

It looks great. Now do you want to come and plant me one?! The only catch is that you would also have to come and take care of it!!

I keep trying to click over to your Photog Blog and it tells me it's an error.

Jo said...

Well, since your presented your case with such pretty pictures, you are excused!

Me said...

YOu have been one busy busy gal! I think you have earned some blogging free time!

Becca said...

I love how big...and ambitious...the garden is. Ours is tiny and it kind of freaks me out!

Cynthia said...

That's what I should have been doing today! I've got a bunch of warm season veggies in my car that really need to get planted. Maybe tonight. Maybe not.

That is one HUGE garden. You'll have some good eatin' from that for sure.

Fiauna said...

Yard work. So hard, yet so rewarding. I bet you can't wait for the end-of-summer payoff.

wendy said...

You have been busy indeed ----will be a great garden, do you live close to me ------ah, I could come help take the extra's off your hands. just trying to be a helpful neighbor

Rachel Sue said...

Jealous, jealous, jealous! Someday I will have an amazibg garden like yours...

tiburon said...

Can you come and hit my yard next.

PLEASE?!?!

Kate said...

Wow I wish we had that much room. You will have to post pictures when you have everything growing. I am sure you are an amazing gardener.

JUST ME, THE MOM said...

isn't it a great feeling! I love to look at a yard freshly weeded. If only they didn't grow faster than the kids:)

Kristin