My garden grows in a raised box. I love our box garden. It really is the best way to garden. And if you ever make one, I highly recommend to raise it. No hurt back, no kids/rodents/dogs messing with your garden.
On earth day we replanted our Garden of Eden. It is always so much fun for the family to pick what they want to plant in their plot O' land. This year we have tomatoes, snap peas, corn, squash, carrots, watermelon. strawberries, lettuce, peanuts(?), cucumbers and pretty much every herb out there.
Instead of a Lemonade stand , Ollie had an herb stand. He was selling some leaves of fresh herbs for a quarter. I think he made $5. We have since been giving away bags to everyone we know.
I have officially become the neighborhood herb supplier. Ha ha funny. But if you live near me, please stop by, I'll hook you up, furreal yo.
Harper was in heaven playing with the soil. probably because he was in his undies. But I guess that is a step up from being nakie, right?
Davy was busying her self with chewing on her harness. Does anyone know of a good way to clean throw up off these things?
The boys have taken great pride in watering our garden, that includes Scott. He always walks back to the garden first thing after work, just for a quick hello. Then he comes inside and greets the Fam.
This was our first sprig of green. Ollie screamed like it was Christmas morning.
I know I know, how funny is it that Harper is eating a caramel apple lollipop whilst gardening. Only the Schultz family can successfully mix junk with organic veggies.
This was taken today. Ain't it purty?
It is now harvest time. Tonight we had a garden salad for two. So yummy.
In case your wondering our peanuts have not done a n y t h i n g. It was worth a shot though.
I think Scott had dreams of fresh peanuts for his trail mix.