Category Archives: my garden
favorite garden pictures
This time I breaded and pan fried the eggplant. Probably my favorite way to make it.
The Curmudgeon likes it best this way too.
Nope, didn’t get a picture of it. Sorry.
I picked two more eggplants yesterday which brings our total to date to four.
Picked two each time and gave G one per picking.
Oven fried last time–spread with Mayo and dipped in seasoned crumbs baked at 350 for 20 minutes.
Any ideas on how to do our second one?
What is your favorite way to cook eggplant? (I have two more small ones still growing.)
It’s not just the back pain preventing it but now it’s too hot to go out and get the much-needed yard work done.
Yesterday I managed to cut down some of the suckers growing from the roots of the sweet gun tree. Some, not all.
I have yet to tackle the mess where the pond once was. If you know of anyone who wants a rather large (triple) Yucca plant send them my way. They can have it if they dig it out.
I’m still trying to move the other plants but have run out of energy and I have no gumption left.
Maybe I need a new line of Tees and not wear my gardening ones.
I ordered a new weed wacker the day mine died (the 17th) because I was in no shape to go shopping for one at a store. My back is a mess these days.
My new 10 amp electric weed wacker arrived yesterday (the 19th). The Curmudgeon helped me put it together…he held it while I put the parts on it.
I’ll test drive it later today providing it stays rain free.
My magnolia tree didn’t put on its finery this spring. We’ve barely a dozen flowers on the tree. Instead of loads of blossoms the tree has started with leaves. So very saddening.
At least I have the pictures from previous years.
Yesterday, I finally got the petunias in the planter boxes on the front porch.
I should have planted them earlier in the day before the porch heated up.
By the time I finished, I was drenched in sweat.
Yes, I believe in global warming. It shouldn’t be this hot this early.
This is two petunia plants per box.
The shovel is part of all the crap the porch repair guy left and never cleaned up.
Yes, I went back to porches.com and redid his rating.
Dropped it a lot.
Anyone need a shovel, a tarp, and can dump all the other crap he left?
I was hoping to have a picture or two of this year’s blooms, but the buds haven’t opened yet. In a few more days they should open and I’ll get some pictures.
In the meantime, these are from last year.
It is definitely spring here.
My flyer from Countryside Farm and Greenhouse arrived. Time to mark it up and make my lists, flower and veggies. Also time to gather together all of the friends who want to go and make an afternoon of it.
I’m sure we could find a nice place to luncheon.
Our magnolia tree is in full bloom as are our daffodils.
With all the rain, my garden is in dire need of weeding and mulching. I haven’t gotten around to it yet.
The front porch looks pretty nice too.