A Look Around The Garden


My garden is growing well.
The ongoing rain certainly doesn't hurt.
While I have lots and lots of green, I'm still patiently waiting for the final products.
Asparagus and strawberries are now done for the year.
I've picked a few cherry tomatoes and peas (Sugar Snap and Estancia) and quite a bit of lettuce.
Other than that, our veggies and fruit are purchased at the farmers' market.
I know in another couple of weeks we'll be bursting at the seams with fresh produce.
Can't wait!!

15 comments:

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

We don't have a garden and are also waiting impatiently for the farmer down our road to start selling his produce, I can't wait!!!

I hope you're having a good weekend!

Sue@CountryPleasures said...

I can relate to patience running thin.....your beds look great! Next year we plan to turn the backyard into producing beds, less to mow! lol

Snappy Di said...

Hello... such a lovely blog you have so I decided to follow you. :-)

That's a great looking garden by the way.

Di

Staci at Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

Thanks Sue and Kim, and welcome Di!!
Staci

Leontien said...

ohh that looks great! and i LOVE your last picture! that is just beautiful!

I hope your garden taste as good as it looks

Leontien

texwisgirl said...

wow! such lushness and greenery! something we don't have of either!

Diane said...

The garden looks great and you are right, it is soooo worth it!
Blessings
Diane

mountain mama said...

oh, lovely!!!

SouthCoast Guy said...

looking good...seems like your garden is much further along than mine. We have had such a grey summer everything is still very small

Meg said...

What a beautiful garden! And so tall! I can't wait to see what you harvest from it.

Teresa said...

Everything looks great! I'm not very patient either waiting for things to really kick in and start producing. I picked my first zucchini this morning and was really excited!

Lilla said...

Your gardens look fabulous!

Meredith said...

I love your nice, neat raised beds! Are they cedar?

Staci at Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

Thanks for such wonderful comments! Meredith - unfortunately they are not cedar beds.....we'll be replacing them in a few years I'm sure. :)

daisy said...

What a lovely garden you have!