There’s not a lot going on around here farm wise. It’s been such a hot, dry summer here in Kentucky. We’ve finally been getting rain the last couple of weeks. So everything is starting to grow again.
I haven’t been physically able to get out and work in the gardens, so they are suffering from neglect, too. sigh. I have some lettuce and a couple of cucumbers ready. The cucumbers are from a volunteer plant that grew from the compost. The cucumbers in the garden aren’t ready yet.
As a surprise to me, the Hibiscus plants bounced back after all our storms and high winds. this is our biggest one. I really need to divide it. It’s still blooming for me, too. 🙂
This second Hibiscus is mostly standing and still blooming, too.
This third Hibiscus has taken the brunt of the winds. As you can see, it’s not going to let the wind stop it, and it’s still blooming.
We got a late start on our garden this year. The green beans are getting big, but no blossoms as of a couple of days ago. There is 4 rows, one on each side of the two fences. We get quite a bit of beans from this. I used to freeze them, but now that I have a pressure canner, I can them.
Can’t wait for fresh green beans!