Atlantic Giant Pumpkin
Clockwise from left: hibiscus, corn, yellow strawberry and purslane
If canning is “fun” I wonder why all these jars have never been used?! hahaha
White Tailed Deer
Garden Living Room
Marigolds, eucalyptus, hibiscus
Blackberry Bush is getting very tall (on trellis on right side of picture)
Rouge de Vif D’Etampes pumpkins, Lemon cucumbers and Delikatesse cucumbers on this trellis (and amaranth on the right)
Hartman’s Giant Amaranth
Amaranth is a grain you can cook like quinoa. I love the magenta seed heads and stalks. The grain (little shiny black seeds) grow in the fluffy pink tops of these awesome plants. I planted this variety from Baker Creek seeds several years ago and it re-seeds itself every year. Amaranth is one of my favorite plants in the garden.
Little Collection of Bones
The Spy found all these bones (and many more!) in the woods at forest-school summer camp. Friday was his last day at camp.
Gift from school
It was a fun June and July at summer camp!
The Spy is off to other adventures, but Baby’s new school year at forest-school begins Monday!
Baby’s Clay Sculpture (with the artist’s explanation haha)
View from windows in Baby’s classroom
See the cave? And at the top of the hill is Squirrely Garden.
Maze by the Spy