One of the trees this year has shared fantastic fruit with us. The other two… well, one seems a bit spotty and moldy for some reason and the other just didn’t produce much. Probably need more of our pollinators to be developed enough to actually produce flowers.
Doesn’t stop me from admiring their growth as the summer progresses.
The garden hasn’t been cooperating much this summer. It’s mostly because the weather has been weird too. We didn’t get a spring, so with Redflare’s heat sensitivity it’s harder to get out there and plant all the starts.
We did manage to plant some new asparagus roots this spring to expand our patch for the future.
Things are coming along nicely outside in the recycling greenhouses.
And even some tomatoes!
The spinach I think will need to be moved soon and the dill looks great too.
A couple years ago we planted some asparagus seeds near our patch, hoping to enlarge it. Well, nothing ever sprouted there, but this season we’re seeing some rogue asparagus starting to show up in a few unexpected places.
Like in a shrubbery!?
Spring is clearly in full… bloom because we’re getting tulips and cherry blossoms.
Some happy looking strawberries.
And the promise of some apples and asparagus where we expect them!
Before starting on a backyard project, perhaps we should ponder the johnny jump ups.