Well at least most of the time....LOL. William was nice enough to transplant the tomatoes this afternoon while I made our dinner. He put four plants in the front flower garden (what's more beautiful than big, red, ripe tomatoes?) and two in each of the pepper beds.
It's been thundering all around us as well as raining in different areas in our county. If we could get a good rain right now the tomatoes should be set to grow.
Our late summer garden is now planted. It's up to us to keep it watered and fertilized. Then it will be up to us to enjoy the fruits of our labor.
We need to be finding a place to make beds for the winter greens (collard greens, kale and swiss chard) along with the greens we grow in the autumn (lettuces, turnip greens, mustard and spinach).
William drained his goldfish pond because water moccasins decided to use it for a swimming pool. If we filled it with dirt we'd have a great bed for our greens. I wonder what he's going to think of this. It's just an idea but it's also a lot of soil. The bed is six feet by ten feet and two feet deep. Anybody want to take a turn at the shovel and wheelbarrow?
There you have it! My exciting life living at Hunny Bunny Haven. Truly can't think of any where I'd rather be.