A few days ago we tore up the backyard, stripped the earth of the weedy grass and lay down fertilizer soil in which to plant a number of vegetables. Peppers, arugula, corn, chard and more, we planted them in rows or set the young seedlings into the soil, watered them and then began to wait. And, coming in this morning, we’re thrilled to see how much life had sprouted in the dark earth. From thousands of delicate, tendril like shoots of arugula to slender spikes of baby green corn, our veggies had been to grow and reach for the sun. I took the opportunity to snap off a series of shots, and we’ll keep you posted here as to how our garden continues to grow, and what difficulties and challenges we run into. So far, however (I don’t want to jinx us), so good!
WOW! Amazing!!!! I meant to comment on your other post. Really cool & beautiful!!! I so DO NOT have a green thumb!! I can kill a cactus.. OH NO! Thx for showing us the progress & quick it is!