So I put this in its place:
Yep. I built it myself this past spring. Okay, Mr Lannis made a few cuts, but I used that
Our inventory of seeds planted (yes, only seeds — I purchased one tomato plant that has stubbornly decided 2012 is the year of the apocalypse and has clearly given up hope for survival) included carrots, two varieties of lettuce, green onions, cauliflower, peas, beans, pumpkin, zucchini, butternut squash, corn, cucumber, sunflowers, and watermelon.
Doesn’t it look quaint?
Yes, I’m being saucy. For while we had a decent go of it, harvesting peas here and there, plenty of beans (still!), but our four cobs of corn were recently stolen by local
And now for a visual take on our veggie garden over the summer (please excuse the quality of the pics — some were from the cell).
Yes, those are some schizophrenic carrots. And since then we’ve had plenty more, too... the boys think they’ll give them superpowers. Sure, whatever. Just eat ‘em kids.
Moghedien lamenting the stolen corn cobs — I know, buddy, I know. It makes me sad, too.
Yes, that’s a dinky car next to the pumpkin — the pumpkin I originally thought was an oddly shaped zucchini. Clearly I win at gardening.
As for next year’s plans, they’re already in place...
Sure, we’ve a long way to go still, but a girl can dream...
Occasional poster at The Mrs, I'm Lannis - or Leslie, depending on which circles you're swimming. A while ago I decided that I don't care anymore, hence my general standards for life are lower than The Mrs' (but she still loves me.) [Editor: I do]
I live in a small town with my favourite people: my husband, Mr Lannis, and our two boys, along with two cats and one hamster.
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