Sunday, May 15, 2011

The Putterer's Plot is Planted

Oh my aching back. Please pass the Advil. I spent, probably, two hours up there yesterday and about three more today. I've got 12 tomatoes, five basil, six pickling cucumbers, two eggplant, 20 pole beans and one squash. And still there's some room for more. I haven't even figured out what can go in the foyer, next to the front door of my garden fort.

Now all I have left to do is plant some herbs, lay in a row of swiss chard, and maybe some bush beans in the back.

The Fenton Street Garden is full of life. I've already met a half-dozen gardeners. I love the social scene--families with little kids, young couples, old couples, master gardeners and novices. It's just a wonderful, wonderful thing. The Putterer

1 comment:

  1. Beth, Love this blog series on your Fenton St Garden! Can't wait for harvesting time. Feel your back pain and yes as a fellow gardener pass the Advil!