spring has arrived

actually spring came about a month ago but our garden is officially ready to call it spring too. the freezing nights have finally ended and now it’s time for the planting to begin. we’ve only just begun but are excited about about this year’s bounty. we love to eat. we especially love to eat well so what could be better than fresh home-grown, organic produce?

here are a few of the items we’ve started with; heirloom tomatoes, zucchini and summer squash, cherry tomatoes, and corn. we’ll be planting more veggies and herbs but this is where we’ve started.

we also keep lots of flowering plants throughout the garden including lavender. lavender is one of my favorites, we have three different kind throughout the yard.

you will also find lots of succulents and cacti. some of them are starting to bloom.

we love the bees. this is why we plant so many flowering plants, they help to pollinate everything and give us more produce in turn. the bee is pollinating the french lavender. spanish lavender is on the right.

more succulents with more color and blooms

baby olives, yep we’ll be making and eating our own olives. we planted this little olive tree not long ago and it is already flourishing with tons of baby olives. can’t wait to harvest and eat these! more french lavender on the right. stay tuned to see more of what we’ll be doing in the garden and how we’ll be enjoying the “fruits of our labor,” literally.

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