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Sep 16, 2009

A Garden Doesn’t Wait

 

 

 

Amazingly, even with all the neglect, the garden still produces! A short walk in the garden may have been exhausting, but well worth it- Pole Beans, Swiss Chard, ‘New Girl’ Tomatoes, Eggplant and some Zinnias!

 

Happy Gardening,

Tessa

7 comments:

  • Sunita

    Eeeesh! I thought I was the only one who did that (washing hair to get nails clean)! Maybe I should be relieved that it is an occupational hazard.
    Thats a lot of delicious-looking produce (yes, the zinnias too)

  • allotments4you.com

    lol on the nail cleaning solution...I didn't think about it so much but it's true!!

    I do hope you weren't doing too much in that garden whilst you were out, you still have a long recovery yet you know!!!!! (yes I am speaking from past...and present experience so take it easy...I'm having too!!!)

  • Catherine@AGardenerinProgress

    That's quite a bit for a short walk. Glad you were able to make it out to see what is happening in it. Hope your feeling better! I've been thinking of you.

  • Grace Peterson

    Hi Tessa~~ As exhausting as it was, I bet you enjoyed every minute in your garden. The weather has been nice. Looks like you'll be eating well for awhile. Take care!

  • inadvertent farmer

    It always amazes me at the tenacity of our garden! I'm glad you're up and enjoying, Kim

  • Sue

    Hi Tessa, I hope you are feeling better. My gardens are being neglected now, too, because 2 Sundays ago, I tripped on our dog's leash in the front yard, and fell while holding our 21 month old grandson, landing hard on my left knee. I haven't rested it enough at work, so the healing has been delayed. My husband picked some tomatoes yesterday after I asked him to. I hope to cut some and freeze them tomorrow while sitting at the table.

  • mangocheeks

    I am so glad I stumbled upon your blog. I too am a veg grower and love reading fellow bloggers blogs who share a similar interest.

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