If I'm on here now, showing you pictures like this
|I'm sure its just the "panoramic" setting on my camera that makes this bed not look square.|
I'm sure of it.
It has nothing to do with the fact that this was the 8th bed we put in the ground.
Nope, not a bit.
|Yukon Gold, baby!|
It's going to be like digging for buried treasure when its time to harvest these!
Can you just imagine how bad I'm going to be as a parent someday? You just shuddered, didn't you?
ASIDE: I can't count on one hand the number of people who have mentioned to me that they're not going to let their someday-children play with my someday-children. Something about an overwhelming amount of dirt and access to weapons... and extreme butter intake, I think. Should this concern me?
I planted my spring plants last Sunday. We've got potatoes in the ground, in red, yellow, and BLUE varieties! Do you know what that means? That means I can have mashed potatoes in any of the primary or secondary colors! BOOYAH! There's also garlic (which I apparently planted wrong... again), onions from sets, scallions from seed, lettuce, and these colorful cuties!
And finally, because you've been clamoring for it (read: my mom asked me once, in an off-handed way), before & after pictures of our backyard.
Because, you know, that's what everyone does with their spring break: Clears 1/4 acre of land and builds vegetable gardens. At least the grass is starting to grow!
|Either it's grass, or the straw we laid is sprouting.|
Green is green, I always say.
Okay, I said it once, just now.
Doesn't make it not true!
Green-ing it up!
p.s. - Submissions are still available for Cake Week 2012!
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Prizes are going to start falling from the sky next week!