We are regressing, or maybe descending, nicely at Wishetwurra Farm.
First we saw all from on high.
Then we walked around.
With this set of photos we prowl hunchbacked about the garden.
Looking at life from a more lowdown angle.
Next time in the garden I’m just going to crawl around, slowly.
Because the nearer you get, the more you see.
So, what’s going on, from closer in?
Here’s the last of this year’s plantings in the peapatch.
Love me tendril.
Pea flowers mean that pease are on the way!
Let’s check the tomatoes.
Ah….here’s a blossom.
Across the path, in the trapezoidal area that is home for the “three sisters” corn’n’squash’n’beans planting, the squash vines have gotten established and are starting to move out into the open ground.
A couple of years ago I planted some “magenta spreen”. This plant is an amaranth, related to what some folks call “lambs’ quarters”. I let some of the plants go to seed, and two years later, still have little ones popping up all over the garden. And outside, too. It’s good to have weeds you can eat.
Mmmmm. What have we here?
The strawberries have begun to bear.
Few things taste as good as a sunwarmed strawberry.
Particularly when eaten five seconds after picking.