Don't think we're getting much corn from our own corn trial this year.
The goats ate the planting on the other side, in the old horse trough. There are about four ears here worth picking.
The weeds you see behind it are growing where the melons are growing. Keith was afraid to weed-eat too closely to the growing tips.
Hurry up and grow, Pumpkins! It's August 20th!
Despite all attempts to die of wilt, the Abu Radwan tomoatoes are still going strong.
So are the Super Sauces. The Gypsies.... not so much.
And we may even get a few green beans from our plantings. They have all blossomed, but, so far, no beans have grown. These were planted way late, since the peas were so late in the cool spring.
I'm not holding my breath.
And this guy, friends, is the FIRST SNAKE I've seen in the henspa! DRAT!
He had everyone spooked, and I got only two eggs from there yesterday.
There was MUCH consternation going on, and Fleura, the brown hen, was actually facing OFF against the snake, who was hiding in the end nest.