Monday, June 08, 2009


I got home tonight and went straight out to the garden to give it a drink, it got just a little bit hotter than what I heard it was going to be today.
While I was showering my little lovelies, I spotted a fairly large patch of red over in the strawberry division so I sauntered over there and started picking picking some of the luscious little morsels and popping them in my mouth.


I don't have a ton of them but I am going to get mine before the birds have a feeding frenzy.

I see something has been pecking at a few.

Worthless cats.

My potato patch has turned into a jungle, I see little baby Banana peppers coming on and some tomatoes are starting to flower.

All in all, so far so good.

I think I must have scared the neighbor lady, don't surprise me, and if she doesn't get off her behind, I am going to put in another bed of something.
Radishes, stuff that grows fast and I can graze on while I am waiting for the rest of it to grow.

I loves grazing in a garden!


  1. LOL Busted.... I love garden grazing!

  2. Hoss, plant it or lose it to the facists.
    You know what to do.

    And we're here for ya . .

  3. Good luck if you go ahead with planting radishes. I've never had any luck with them in hot weather - they've always turned bitter when the weather was hot. They do better for me in cold weather - early spring/late fall.

    Some heat-tolerant lettuce might work for you. I've got some Buttercrunch lettuce that's doing great.

    And enjoy those strawberries! If you have only a few ripening at a time but you're expecting a lot more, toss those few berries into a ziploc freezer bag and freeze 'em, adding more berries to the bag as you harvest them. Pretty soon you should have enough for a "mess." :)

  4. No strawberries here at the beach yet! It's cooler here...soon...(I hope!). Happy munching!

  5. Anonymous8:38 AM

    By the way, radish LEAVES are delicious . . wash them, a little salt and enjoy!