Saturday, March 30, 2013

Good Friday Gardener

Good Friday is traditionally the day to plant gardens to insure success,
 and despite recent cold weather, including a couple of killing frosts,
 this Summerfield gardener was hard at work. He intended to plant
 squash, cucumbers and tomatoes yesterday.

To be continued...as the garden grows!

6 comments:

Fairhope Supply Co. said...

I can't wait to have a homegrown fresh tomato!

Navigating Northward said...

My Mom always says "the better the day the better the deed".

Julie said...

Janet

Theme Day for the City Daily Photo community is upon us. The theme this month is 'pedestrians crossing'. The linky opens on 31st March and closes on 4th April. It can be found here http://cdpbthemeday.blogspot.com.au/2013/03/april-theme-day-pedestrians-crossing.html

As a CDP member, and a regular daily contributor to the CDP FaceBook group, we urge you to contribute a post to our Monthly Theme Day which was first held in April 2006.

Open your blog up to our wider community. Share the delights of your 'city' with other CDP members. Join in with Theme Day, 'Pedestrians crossing'.

Barbara Farr said...

We dug around in the dirt a bit today. Tomatoes, green peppers, and summer cabbage. We have to go back for cokes; HD was sold out.

Lowell said...

That is one heck of a garden! Looks more like a farm to me. I hope the cold weather has departed for good and he has great success!

Kate said...

I cannot imagine starting a graden at this time of year in Minnesota. The plot looks pretty huge and very ambitious!