We've also got some sweet peppers (orange, I think), tomatoes, sunflowers, peas, basil, and watermelon growing in the garden. Actually, I can't provide a lot of details. We started the plants in little unmarked Dixie cups. I don't really know what's growing where or if something I think is a vegetable is in reality a weed. And carrots--though I've yet to see any leaves.
Despite this large amount of uncertainty, both girls are in love with watering the garden. My oldest goes out and talks to all of the plants due to a Little Bear episode she saw. She is most impressed with the height of the sunflowers.
Yes, as you can tell from the picture, it is a total work in progress in our new raised planter bed. Please don't ask about that detail. It's a sore spot.
Sore as in I'd love a huge garden but hubby wants grass. Grass! Which he complains all summer long about having to mow. Grrr! I'll keep working on him.
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