Something really grand has emerged from my mistake. We plan to leave the top soil and cow manure to amend it even further for the fall garden. If finances allow, we'll add even more. Hubby and I have been discussing making the garden even better next to round. There's plans for a permanent fence, a possible greenhouse and other amenities. This has been such fun, I really want to get serious about growing vegetables again.
Lo and behold, some of the plants survived the onslaught! The tomatoes have lots of large ones waiting to turn red and juicy.
Most of the Yellow Crookneck Squash on one side are doing pretty well also. I noticed today that one even has a flower. I forgot how long it takes to go from flower to squash but I've got my mouth all set for that little banquet. I love, love, love squash!
And since today is so such bright sunshine and the sky so blue, I took a couple of snaps around the house.
There is a swing that Hubby built under there ...
Remember "Tranquility Base"
and how I fixed it up last year?
Only need to trim the Blue Jack of a few dead limbs,
but otherwise it's lookin' real good.
Thanks for putting the kickstand down.