Henbogle through the lens

img_3890The tulips are in full bloom.  These are Darwin hybrids, I planted them the first year we were here, and they have been fabulous, increasing in size yearly.

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Seedlings preparing for their summer home.

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Lettuce and spinach, almost ready to harvest.  If it hadn’t been for my hen assistants doing some “thinning” for me a few weeks ago we’d already be eating it.

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The peppers, all snug in their new bed.

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Asian greens and brassicas in the raised bed.  Behind, the peas, radish, spinach, arugula, and beet greens are all sprouting.  Things are green up and sprouting all over here at Henbogle.  The summer cannot be too far ahead.

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5 Responses to “Henbogle through the lens”

  1. Sue Says:

    I thin lettuce the size of yours and smaller, and eat the thinnings.

  2. joyce Says:

    all looking good

  3. SugarCampNY Says:

    thanks for the shot of your tulips. LOVELY!

  4. safira Says:

    Your lettuce is much bigger than mine. Did you start it in a hoop house or something?

    • safira Says:

      Oh, never mind. I just figured they’re in a hoop house. No wonder they’re bigger. We’re down in MA, but mine are braving the elements and I’m sure that slows ’em down.

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