May in the Garden
Well, hello there! How is it suddenly the middle of May? I tried to get back into blogging in April but wasn’t very successful. Both March and April were busy with work and the weather wasn’t all that great (especially in March) so I just never got back in the saddle…much less back on the horse!
But I’m back and better than ever! Or at least I think I’ll have lots to share. So here we go.
Unlike the past couple of years, I’m not trying anything new in the garden this year. Except for a couple of new-to-me varieties of tomatoes (Black Seaman and Green Zebra, but I’m not sure if that counts.
Anyhoo, to get you caught up with what’s going on in the garden, I thought I’d share some of my favorite photos from the past few weeks. Starting with this patch of volunteer sunflowers. Oddly enough, growing directly under a sunflower feeder. 🙂
Check out these lovely beets. Not the best picture, and doesn’t includes all the 50 or so that I’m growing. “Hello, my name is Sarah and I’m a beetaholic.”
This may look like any ole’ squash flower to you but it’s actually part of my ongoing cucumber beetle battle. Supposedly, cucumber beetles go crazy for blue hubbard squash plants so I’m planting a few as trap crops. Here’s to my success!
I have an herb garden dedicated to pollinators. Here’s one of the sage plants flowering – even prettier in person.
Have you ever seen horseradish flowers? Well, probably if you follow my blog or Horseradish & Honey Instagram account. But if you haven’t, check them out. Super delicate and pretty. Don’t smell like much, and some people think you shouldn’t let horseradish flower, but I’m not some people!
So, there you have it – a bit of a garden update! How’s your garden coming along this year? Are you trying anything new?