Monday, June 22, 2009

How does your garden grow?

Well, mine is growing leaps and bounds, especially the pumpkin vine. Actually, I don't think you can actually call it a vine. The plants are actually up to my waist! Take a look for yourself...


The corn is thriving too, despite a little wind Friday night.


In fact, everything is quite green.

We've been blessed with quite a bit of rain throughout the Spring. I hope it stays this way. While it was quite hot on Saturday yesterday proved to be quite delightful. It was actually fun being out last night around supper-time taking all these pictures. I hope you enjoy. Tell me, how does your garden grow?

11 comments:

Kim's Treasures said...

Looking wonderful Kim! I'm amazed every morning at how big my pumpkin plants get overnight!

Have a wonderful day!!!

Hugs to you!!!
Kim

Nina Diane said...

everything at my house (Glen Allen) is looking so lush and green. The rain has been great!

Linda said...

Here in Iowa, we are known for the stifling heat and humidity, which cause the grass and gardens to become luxurious. We've rain everyday for longer than I can remember. Unfortunately, weeds grow equally as fast and luxurious. The key is to pull before they go to seed and hope your neighbor does the same. Everything looks lovely on your farm. Wish we had room for pumpkins.....*sigh*

Living on the Spit said...

Awww, the babies are getting so big! I can not wait to see the fruits of your labors! Looking good, girlie!

Brenda said...

Looks so lush! And the leaves are so big! I wish you would send the rain this way. My flowers and herbs are dried up by mid-afternoon.
Brenda

GeorgiaPeachez said...

I drover across Virginia and back again this weekend on 460 and it is so green and lush everywhere. The corn is looking really good. yum! xo, suzy

Becky said...

Wow! It looks fantastic. Mine looks so sad. I just bought some soak-er hoses. Hopefully that helps.

Becky said...

Wow! It looks fantastic. Mine looks so sad. I just bought some soak-er hoses. Hopefully that helps.

Busy Grandma Elsie said...

Just found your blog and I enjoyed my visit.
Love country homes , your looks sorta like the one I was raised in & brings back a lot of good memories. I hope to be back soon.
Elsie <><

Grandma Nina said...

My garden doesn't grow as well as yours. We have a lot of rain, but it's also been very cool. I only have a flower garden, not vegetables because of too many deer. I envy your garden. Looks beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

traci said...

great looking crops little miss farmer lady. maybe you should pick up some more ground and a big john deere. you would do well.