We were away for just six days, and it was as if the garden knew it, and put on a spurt of growth.
Two lemon cucumbers waiting to be picked as I first picked two very large burpless cukes which I thought may be past their best, but they were still crisp and tasty.
The kale is about three feet tall and leaned over under all that weight. It has since been staked.
The two small blueberry bushes, just two years old, have produced about three pounds of fruit so far this year. As the fruit ripens, I pick it and place it in the freezer so we will have yummy berries on our pancakes during the dreary days of winter.
I am hoping there will be enough warm weather to ripen these couple of beauties, but judging by the forecast I may be out of luck.