It's that time of year again...

Progress in the kitchen garden was swift, comprising of twenty-three varieties of white, frilly, and red Russian kale, five varieties of lettuce, three varieties of arugula, and beets. As before, Duane's cherub forms the centerpiece.

 The beginning stages
In June

The back garden is doing well also with its crop of asparagus, raspberries, blueberries, and other plants that couldn't fit in the kitchen garden.

Most of the plants are heirloom and sourced from Fedco as either seeds or young plants from the Fedco Tree Sale and, in the case of the asparagus, Paris Farmer's Union.

Already the kitchen garden is providing ingredients for salads, meals, the green smoothies and will be for fresh vegetable rolls. Yum.

May this time of year last...

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