May 26, 2013

Doin' some gardening

It was raining in the morning and it started raining again some time in the afternoon, but we got a good couple huors of garden work in in between. We transplanted our basils and zucchinis and green pepper, and planted some more dill and spinach - my husband finally revealed that the mystery crop there was spinach - and some beans and sweet peas.

Zucchinis with our onion bed in the background

Basil

The "mystery crop", turned out to be spinach

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