What We Are Growing In Our Gardens (Or In Our Lives)

What are you growing in your garden this season? Or (for the non-gardeners) what hobby are you currently pursuing?

  • About 18 years ago my wife and I completely replanted our yard, front and back.  Recent heavy snowstorms have seriously damaged several small trees and bushes.  The three maples we planted in the back yard have finally grown together, providing lots of shade.  Unfortunately, between these two, I’m having to dig out and re-design the planting areas, some things just are not happy with all the shade!  So, no garden but I’ll have lots of fun picking out new plants.  Lots of other projects to work on, going to be a busy summer for me.
  • As a condo resident, I have no garden, so I scratch that itch for dirt under my fingernails garden. Iris are at their peak. Beautiful!
  • Basil, parsley, chives, mint, thyme, oregano, spring onions, peas, strawberries, raspberries, cucumbers, lettuce.
  • Basil, thyme, rosemary, chives, cilantro, tomatoes and the three sisters.
  • Biking
  • Carol’s husband is growing a wide variety of veggies: corn, tomatoes, squash, carrots, onions, beans and others. Carol will do most of the freezing and canning.
  • Cherry tomatoes, Plum tomatoes, Red Peppers, Eggplant, Basil
  • Currently, arugula, lettuce, and spinach. Basil, pole beans, and cosmos seedlings I hope are on their way, then tomato, eggplant, chard, kale and cucumbers. Assorted annuals and flower baskets in June.
  • Drought resistant everything : )
  • Garlic
  • Got herbs in and my pots filled with flowers..hurrah..now for glass of wine and enjoy evenings with them on deck….
  • Herbs, shishitsu peppers, eggplant, flowers.😊
  • I have 3 large pots in my apt.: Purple has unknown Hawaiian plant, sky blue pot  has a 3 yrs old amaryllis & sprout of Hawaiian plant, blue pot has a night blooming Cereus & soon a sprout of Christmas cactus. My cats have their own pot for grass, ate their cat grass down, then ate the roots
  • I have a porch garden & have a few flowers, tomato plants, cilantro & attempting a white eggplant
  • I’m enjoying weeding our flower beds, believe it or not
  • Jon’s the gardener. He’s growing strawberries, raspberries and blueberries, pumpkin, zucchini, beets, tomatoes, basil, jalapeños, bell peppers, cucumbers, peas, green beans, cilantro & dill. We also have perennials; rosemary and chives.
  • Kale, broccoli, peas, peppers, carrots.. whiten pumpkins for my daughter. And lots of herbs!!!
  • Lots of great flowers, tomatoes & rhubarb. 😊
  • Lots of veggies – tomatoes, peppers, lettuce, kale, carrots, beets, beans, squash, kohlrabi… want to add some flowers too.
  • Not sure just yet
  • Painting flowers
  • Purple and yellow flowers and playing pickleball
  • Raspberries.
  • Singing
  • Swiss chard
  • Taking it easier than last year when I had so much lettuce and so many carrots it seems I just spent all my time taking care of those two veggies.  Only doing a few veggies this summer.
  • Thyme, cilantro, lettuce, pansies, rosemary
  • Tomatoes, onions, eggplant, beets, carrots, shallots, leeks, summer squash, winter squash, lettuce, cabbage, kale, kohlrabi, ground cherries, peppers, tomatillos, peas, beans, dill, basil, cilantro, and flowers
  • Tomatoes 🍅, I hope.
  • Tomatoes, peas, spinach, peppers and flowers.
  • We joined a local neighborhood pool and will start swimming again after decades.
  • Weeds. Oh and veggies: peas, spinach, arugula, lettuce, onions, garlic, eggplant, broccoli whew, and more. And flowers 💐
  • 🍅, kale, turnip greens, collards, cukes, squash, sweet potatoes, & cantaloupe.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *