Lions on plinths at the end of the driveway welcome visitors.
He planted red onions and white.
This squash was a volunteer that he decided to leave. I brought home a bag of squash.
Potatoes, onions, cabbage. At right is the end of the potatoes where I dug.
The soil was soft and loose and looked like chocolate cake.
Purple cabbage. Green cabbage farther down the row.
More squash with okra to its left just coming up.
Tomatoes started early in containers.
More tomatoes. I think he said he planted
more than 30 plants altogether.
I came home with red potatoes, squash, onions, 2 rutabagas and a cabbage.
Imagine how we feasted!
Inspired by his garden, I made a spot for okra in my garden:
Two 30' rows is about right for enough
okra for two people who really like it.