Well, it would be an edible back yard if we could figure out how to keep the birds from eating our strawberries, blueberries and plums. This is a picture of one of our 8 blueberry bushes. Almost ready!
One of our plum trees. This was the first year we really had a good amount of plums, but we still haven’t eaten one yet. The birds always get to them first.
First of the ripe tomatoes! I remember the first home grown tomato I ever ate, a couple of years ago when I first started gardening, I called my Dad and said “It tastes NOTHING like the ones at the grocery store!” I couldn’t believe how delicious they were.
These guys are coming along. Big thanks to Peter for actually getting these guys in the ground. He has pretty much taken over the Cornais Family Farm and these are now “his” tomatoes. I love him for that!
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