The start of a sunflower
The worlds smallest jalapeno pepper
The slicers are shaping up nicely
Bells are looking good
The sungold cherry tomatoes. Boomer doesn’t like red cherry tomatoes, but likes the orange ones, so that’s what I planted. Who says people don’t change?!
You know when radishes are ready…they pop right out. I am going to make homemade bread with that garlic radish spread Anna introduced us to last year.
We picked up an extra bird. A meat bird got mixed in with some laying hens at Tractor Supply, they didn’t want to raise a meet bird and just gave it to us. Looks like they got the bird the same week we got ours. I do want to say meat birds are okay for a while but they really do create a mess. What’s worse than dry meat birds? Wet muddy meat birds.
Before boomer cut the grass for the first time of the season I went out and pulled up some wild onions
I am really not sure how to photograph these flowers. Once the bloom they are just this sort of weird shaped blob, but this is the best one I got.