Garden report

Things seem to be moving right along in the garden. Nature is doing it's thing out there. Strawberries are starting to appear. The peas will be needing some support this week. Swiss chard thinnings became a little afternoon snack today. I even spotted a tiny tomato already! We planted two types of corn. One is doing well. The other, not so much. Unfortunately, I can't remember which was which. I should have written these things down! Maybe I'll be better organized next year. The flower beds around the house are still surprising us with new things, too. Walter likes to smell the flowers and then pretends to sneeze. Speaking of things growing up right before our eyes, can you believe he's about to turn three? 
Swiss chard thinnings
Smelling the flowers

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