Sunday

Sunday In Pictures


I have 5 peaches on my young tree.
Woo-Hoo (Hey this is not easy in zone  4 3 with a zone 5 peach)







Geraniums and Double White Petunias ready for the 4th.
Remember how the geraniums started out?
http://homesteadingatredtailridge.blogspot.com/2011/02/planting-geraniums.html







I planted double the onions from last year.
We bought a bagger with our new lawn mower,
So, this is the first year I'm trying lawn clipping mulch.
So far I love it.








Knee high by the 4th of July
Rick said he could "hear the corn growing" yesterday.
(pay no attention to the weeds)






Hawk!






......at least that's what I thought about 100 times after we put up a
mallard duck windsock.  It's wings flutter like he's coming in for a  landing. 
 Guess I'm a little hawk jumpy :-)
    Linked to:       http://farmchickskitchen.blogspot.com/
                        
.....dr momi

6 comments:

texwisgirl said...

glad you explained the 'hawk' cause i couldn't see it! ha!!!

love the knee-high corn. :)

Candy C. said...

I kept looking and looking at the first picture of the "hawk" thinking "looks like a duck to me!" LOL!! The geraniums are beautiful!

Nancy said...

Congrats on the peach tree! Your garden looks great. The corn is doing so well. Beautiful flowers. Have a safe happy 4th.

Roxey Lucey said...

I can't believe you haven't mentioned the peaches until now!!!! I have been thinking of getting a peach tree - we are in zone 5ish. All I know is when my apple trees that I planted 5 years ago get their first BUD, I am posting it. I love peaches and just finished eating some with yogurt and a little whipped topping. YUM

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Your garden and your peaches really look great and before you know it, you'll be enjoying it all!!! I hope you're having a great weekend!!

Dicky Bird said...

Peaches in Wisconsin! WOW..good job! Your corn looks super!