Some more green beans are growing in my garden. These little blooms are a foreshadowing of a side dish to come.
And this pale little strawberry will soon be ruby-red and ripe and juicy — ready to eat while I am standing right in the garden. (But be careful, the juice will run down your hand and get all over you if you’re not careful! These strawberries are NOT white and hard inside, like those in my grocery store.)
The variegated lemons are small but powerful — a few more months and they will be delicious and ready to pick.
It’s the EVIL Malabar spinach that threatened our very existence with take over last season.
So, here’s the deal. We’ve had about 10 days at 100 already. It’s dry as a bone and the drought is STILL going. And the last few days I’ve seen a yearling doe in the woods looking for bird seed and her waterbowl.