Monday, May 26, 2008

Why I Deserve to Sit and Knit Tonight

Before...

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After...

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Even further after...

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I don't know what I'm going to do when all six (six! what was I thinking!) of the Supersweet 100 tomato plants start bearing, but at least I'll have plenty of basil. And broccoli. I'm debating whether the front right corner gets more lettuce, or one (one, mind you) zucchini plant.

Ms. Robin was waiting in the wings as I took that last photo, I suspect to go dig up some of the worms I found. Now if I could only train her to dig up and fling over her shoulder some of the THOUSANDS of rocks I found, I wouldn't be quite so sore tonight.

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4 comments :

Bezzie said...

Watch out! She could be after your seedlings not worms!!

Nice plot!

Elizabeth said...

Good work! You deserve a relaxing night knitting.

Did you know that rocks are continually rising up through the soil? That's why you never get rid of all of them in a garden plot. There's a new crop every year.

Teresa C said...

Puttin' me to shame!

Lynne said...

perhaps there is a way to dye yarn with tomatoes and basil?

Love the garden images so many of the weavers are posting. Seems like we have lots more in common than fiber.