I was in Lake Oswego for a week, and I got home yesterday. After a long wonderful afternoon of hanging out with Grandpa Nelson and snuggling with Mouse the cat, I had to go see what was happening in my plot in the Blair Community Garden.
My neighbor and garden-mate Tonya, whose tomato bushes are taller than me, had said she would water my plot. But you never know.
I will never doubt Tonya again! My garden looks like it is on steroids!
The zucchini plant has spread over the stepping stones, is nudging the lavender and crowding the new ladder I set up for the pumpkin. The whole place looks like it is preparing to run amok.
The tomatoes are setting!!
And there are enough zucchinis to feed us for a week.
What a wonderful homecoming. Now I just have to find a way to support that pumpkin before it snaps.
And, of course, make some cookies for Tonya.
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COOL! Does your pumpkin vine have spikey spikes on it? I think that looks like my vine… but i dont have it UP on something… its on the ground…