Friday, May 20, 2011

Corny Images

One of the things I really love about growing corn is how impressive it looks...

The front veggie garden is looking lush and full...we even had a couple of volunteer tomato plants show up.

The Bloody Butcher heirloom corn is now pushing 7 ft tall...

My poor little bunny statue is lost in the monster Basil and onions...Can you see him peek out?

A couple of Jalapeno peppers almost ready to be picked...Add them to the tomatoes and sweet peppers we harvested this week from out the back garden, the cilantro from the herb garden and I can make hubby some homemade home grown salsa :)

The sweet yellow corn out the back has already started to show silks...Such a beautiful sight...

I picked up all my canning stuff this week and hope to make my first batch of pickles in the next day or so...yay.

Blessings Kelsie

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8 comments:

Allison of A Farmgirl's View said...

Just stopped by for a late night browse...love your pictures. I am so looking forward to our gardening season to start here..we've had way too much rain to plant yet.
I'm a new follower & would love it if you would stop by and follow me :)

rosie said...

Hello from Victoria, Australia!! It looks like you are so happy in the USA!! I have just found your blog and am looking forward to reading more..xx

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Your garden looks very happy and healthy! Have fun canning:@)

Darla said...

Wonderful to see the veggies growing so well. Take photos of the pickle canning process, I want to see, :)

Sarah Rachele said...

Wow! Your corn looks really good, ours isn't nearly as tall yet. I am your newest follower and I look forward to reading more of your blog. :)

Debbie @ Swampbilly Ranch said...

Your corn is beautiful!! What kind of pickles are you going to make? You have inspired me. Maybe I will make some soon.

Marilyn (Australia) said...

Love your blog Kelsie so very interesting and inspiring.

Alana Jo said...

I love cornfields, but more so I love fodder in the fall.