Next on the agenda will be canning the green beans. Right now they are full of flowers, but only a few baby beans have emerged. The fence you see in the photo below is actually hog panel(s). They are so strong and sturdy that nothing will bring them down or cause them to sag. I think next year we will put them in for my Oregon Sugar Pod II peas to climb on also, and maybe even to help support the inner rows of raspberries.
Green beans coming soon
Raspberry patch, winter
Right now the raspberry patch is a jungle. I cut back the canes last fall, but since they're pretty much outa sight/outa mind behind the barn, I forgot to cut them back this spring. But the carpeted aisles are still there, so picking is okay and there's been a bumper crop!
Every other day
No ducks, but an abundance of quack
Boston Daisies, Echinacea (leaves), and some purple flower
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