These are the big pieces of the new Daffodil quilt. There are many small pieces that will fill in between the major pieces. Today I cut it out and barely started sewing as you can see.
On days when they forage the other side of the road and around the house, this is what they do 5 minutes before feeding time. They mill around and look through the sliding glass doors to let me know the time.
Here is my 90-year young aunt showing off her birthday quilt. She was so delighted, I was happy to have made it for her.
It seems I can go hard for 2-3 days and then I need a slower day – is that normal?
The potatoes are now 3 feet tall and growing rapidly. Some are starting to flower, both in here and in the hillside garden.
All the tomatoes are tied up and weeded, the ones that aren’t will be moved outside Sunday when we have some help. One tomato plant was a gift, the others are all volunteers and some are flowering. On the left is Chinese cabbage, kale beets, and lettuce. In front and in the same bed as the tomatoes are a dozen sweet potato plants. There are peppers in the back middle row and left row. It is time to take most of the lettuce and out and replant.
In front are several zucchini plants, and there is cabbage and lettuce as well as started celery. There is also cauliflower and broccoli near the back and 4 cucumbers. I still have carrots, basil and cantaloupe to put in here. It just takes time to get it all done. We spent today mostly tying up tomatoes, fertilizing, and weeding. My, those weeds are on steroids, they grow so rapidly
And when that was done, this was DH’s reward for his help (which of course was started right after lunch).