As I suspected these are very very likely spaghetti squash volunteers. Here’s the plumpest squash baby so far! I hope to get a dozen to last me through the season!
I found some old corn seeds so I had enough for a very small patch and after they started growing strong I decided to expand the corn patch. Hopefully it will mean I will get 2 good staggered harvest of corn. The peas I also found laying around! Hey why not! And before I knew…
So pretty. I don’t spend a lot of time caring for these, just dip them in water once every three weeks or so.
Check it out, finally turned from green to pink and hopefully to that bright shocking pink! I only had two flowers, it was the first time my pitaya has flowered and so lucky to have two fruits. You can see the green little dragon fruit by the wall in the first picture.
So I bought these on eBay. Something like 10 or 15 dollars for a clump. I separated them and gave some away.
Flower buds are swelling and you can see a bit of colour! So exciting! Photo from a April 30th Photo from May 3rd Photo from today, May 5th. Just updated!
On my walk to class, I always check out the local gardens in the Clairemont neighborhood as the weather is slightly different there than coastal SD even though it’s only 5 miles from the coast. There are more canyons and cliffs here and there and on a hilly area between two detached houses, I saw…
I always love the look of peach blossoms on a bare tree. Esp. My little container trees. Can’t wait for these to become tasty fruit 🙂
Tiny Tim Tomatoes. June 2011