This is my milk and feed “room”, under an awning on the side of the landlord’s shed. Ken, best hubby in the world, made me the cool milk stand.
This is the manor castle, laundry room, banquet hall, and aviary (chicken coop). Oh yes, and part of the garden too.
This is a shot of the main garden earlier this month. Wow, I didn’t realize how much had grown in the last month. The last bed is packed with flowers now. The second on the right is full of tomato plants. Two more are started with corn. And one is started with sunflowers. Just finished spraying for pests with a mixture from a master gardener. It dropped two cabbage worms, one moth, and two grasshoppers while I was spraying!! Hopefully the battle with the cabbage worms has been won!! This was a mixture of tobacco juice, mouthwash, soap, and garlic juice. Sounded pretty weird, but if it works like I think it did tonight, this is great!
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