All my beautiful vegetables plants are gone.
We ate, and picked and froze as much as we could.
The heat, drought and overcrowding got the rest.
It was a great first experience. We pulled up all the fading leaves and cleaned out the beds.
This was my Mother's Day gift.
Isn't she a beauty?
We used my new gift to till up a new area for a fall crop.
This is all that's left of the tomatoes. Only one remains. I took out two that weren't really producing. The basil keeps going and we've made a lot of pesto. Which has translated into homemade Pesto Pizza.
The beans in the lower left of the photo will be pulled up this week.
These two little patches of earth gave us so much. I was always amazed how much food we received daily.
Now, I'll enrich the soil with some organic compost and grow again.