Our garden starts with some Gladiolas, I think that's what they are.
Check out how big our tomatoes are. We have about 6 or 7 varieties. Oh how I love tomatoes. nom nom
Between the yummie tomatoes we have several different kinds of peppers.
Here we have 2 different kinds of squash.
Here are some beans. Yellow ones and purple and green. Variety is the spice of life.
This is eggplant. This whole time I thought eggs came from chickens. Who knew?
Here I am in the pumpkin patch.
Check out how tall the corn is! We've already had some. yum yum
What ya have here is carrots, broccoli, and kale
The strawberry patch. I munched a few while MOM weeded.
Last year MOM craved a pumpkin that looked like my buddy Bert and one like me. I think this one will be perfect for Bert this year. Just has to get bigger (gotta fit his snooter on it). hehhe
A bee enjoying the sunflower. I hope you liked taking a walk through our garden. But the best part about this garden is that it helps feed so many hungry and homeless people. Yea I like that part best, even better than eating strawberries and tomatoes.
Day 3 of our Blogville Olympics is upon us. And today there are 3 events: Bertie is hosting Bouncing. And Oskar is hosting Crazy Sleeping Single AND Synchronized Snoozing. Just click on their names and you will be whisked away to the Olympic Area to watch all the committed athletes strut their stuff.