Here’s a time-lapse of how the garden has been growing over the span of 5 weeks:
Day One-Transplant Day!
Week 1Week 2week 3Week 4
Week 5-I came back from a weekend camping trip and couldn’t believe my eyes! Look how huge my zucchini are-front right.
Here’s a close up of my growing bush beans: we harvested them yesterday!
All 7 of them haha
They have small lavender flowers!
I got so excited when I saw flowers because that meant fruit was coming 🙂
I think the way the cucumber vines curl and twirl are so adorable.
The wire-support system is call “trellises”. And boy did they start climbing quickly…Baby cucumber! Our first one. Now we have so many! Hope they reach full-growth.
Same zucchini leaf-taken only 10 days apart!
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Every morning since April 24, I’ve been greeted with new zucchini bloosoms.
You can’t help but smile when looking at them. Shortly after a few days, I found some that fell to the ground. I was so sad until I did more research on it.
I’ll explain more later when I blog about cooking with these beautiful and apparently delicious blossoms.
And we finally have baby zucchini!!!My first (literally) handful of Spring crop: lettuce, chives, and beans.
It’s magic y’all.
And I feel so lucky and proud that I get to witness it all in my backyard.
Thanks for reading and following along