Expletive, dear expletive!

WELL, EXPLETIVE! I spent a good bit of yesterday and today taking apart, refitting and reassembling the expletive! drip irrigation system for my hay bale and large pot (tub, not herb) part of the garden, and the expletive! expletive! thing didn’t work. Again. For no expletive! good reason. That probably sounds whiney, because I got the soaker hose system up and working in the rest of the garden without any major problems. Some aggravations, but no real problems.

Tomato blossoms. Right now, today!

These plants are about 2 feet tall and covered with blossoms. A perfect bed – tomatoes, basil, onions, and French Marigolds.

A row of lettuce and onions.

Green beans, 3 to 4 inches long today. We’ll be eating these babies in a couple days.

Thanks again to Sarah for the photos!

-m

 

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6 Responses to Expletive, dear expletive!

  1. hosier1 says:

    Marideth! Are some of those tomato plants German Johnsons? Beautiful garden, BTW!!!!

  2. hosier1 says:

    P.S. You have expletive Aphids on your tomato plants…EXPLETIVE! And now excuse me while I go wash my mouth out with Octagon soap.

  3. You wonderful expletive! Despite all the expletive problems with it, all the garden looks expletiving
    great!

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