let the cherries ripen a little longer or
should I pick them before the birds beat me to them.
Should I pick just a few pea pods while standing in the garden or should we have a pea shelling contest right away (the one I always win).
Should I cut the mint from around the pond
and hang it in my kitchen to dry.
I'm in love with my newly planted berry, the Tayberry, a new variety from the Tay River Valley, Scotland.
It is a vigorous grower and produces large and aromatic berries the very first year.
Not many roses survive our very cold winters. There is a spot by a wall and facing east where my old roses will grow.
This time of year I can bring a few into the house.
The kitchen garden has a lot of growing to do.
Early arugula and many varieties of lettuces have been filling our salad bowls and tall greens have been devoured by the chickens.
Our chickens thank us by leaving many eggs in their nests every day.
Have a wonderful remainder of the week my dear Friends.
Thank you so much for your visits.