My favorite lillies. The color fades fast in the harsh AZ sun
new planting of bush beans
have been eating string beans from the greenhouse already, while the peas in the garden are just starting to bloom and set
These potatoes are from supermarket, commercial red potatoes. do better with them than I do with official “seed” potatoes. Of course, I’ve used only those that have started to sprout in the bag. This is my third grow bag of potatoes
volunteer. Its been years since I’ve had this hollyhock anywhere near the garden. Will absolutely be saving seeds. Hollyhocks are among my favorites
more roma tomato plants
you have to look carefully to see the pipe that is the attachment to the olla. And this is why I’ve got them, so I can easily refill and keep these plants strong
gophers have gotten into this section of garden. It was supposedly sealed, but they found a weak spot and have tunneled all round in here.
This is a relative of Oregon Grape and supposedly the fruits can be made into a jelly. They are tasty, very small with a BIG (relatively) seed.
strawberries. as they rest on the ground though, little insects get the first bites! next year they go UP into the air somehow.
Boysenberry coming back strong. You can barely see the rhubarb, best year yet for it!
the fig and both grapes. The grapes keep reaching over to the wooden fence supports and dying on contact. stuff must have been treated. its my neighbors fence so all I can do is work to train them up. There is, so far as I can see, one single fig developing on the tree
blackberries are looking good, but soon am going to have to cover that fruit if I want any
of the four cantaloupe planted, these are the only two that survived and one obviously doing better than the other. Proof that within nature, nothing is equal.