Well, right now it doesn’t grow at all. Right now Old One-Eyed Calico Jack is partying it up out there with his merry band of wenches. I hate to be the breaker of bad news for them, but they’re not going to be able to stay there forever.
I snapped these shots during our visit to Greenfield Village. This garden is exactly what I had envisioned for our own homestead, only I was thinking something smaller.
But given that Willa just moved out of the garden spot a week ago, we’re not quite there yet. Not even close. We’re so busy with the Great Fencing Project of 2010 and school work and other things, the garden has had to take a back seat.
But we’ll still have plenty of fresh veggies to eat all summer, I joined a local CSA. I will get a box of wonderful, fresh produce once a week, every week, and I don’t even have to get my hands dirty.
I think we’ll still be able to get some late season veggies of our own out for canning and putting up. Tomatoes are a must. And I think we can focus on getting some perennial plants going. But for the most part, I’m going to let someone else do most of the gardening this year. Now if I could just get them to come over and pull the weeds in my flower beds…