Pepper Plant, by Babyzilla
Rainbow Swiss Chard, Sunset Lettuce, Nasturtiums
Rainbow Chard is so vibrant (and tasty)
Love-in-a-Mist Seed Pod
Looks predatory: he’s welcome to stay!
“Atlantic Giant” pumpkin plants are getting big! The leaves are like umbrellas for Baby!
Dexie and Baby exploring the garden
Taken at one of the Spy’s games this past week
Pretty Summer Landscape (near Spy Garden)
First Lavender Blossom
Butterfly and Thyme
So long sucker!
“Suckering” tomato plants is when you remove the branch growing in the crook between a leaf and the stalk.
Dexie’s Best Friend
…or is it destroying?!
Raining outside, painting inside
Many of the plants are now taller than Baby.
Spy Garden Backyard (looking down towards the firepit)
Mowing the lawn!
The Spy loves kale chips and one of the things that often leads people (in internet world) to Spy Garden is this Russian Red/Ragged Jack kale chip post (that someone “pinned” on Pinterest). So here’s another kale chip recipe, with a different variety of kale: Tronchuda.
He likes them so much he wanted to design our own bag for them!
(That drawing at the bottom is the shapes of the garden plots: not including the teepee area or the new pumpkin patch)
Spy Garden Kale Chips
They are so easy to make. Toss with a little olive oil, salt and pepper, spread out on a sheet and bake on 200 or less for 20 minutes or so until they are dried out and crispy.
Tronchuda Kale Chip