We were very busy with schoolwork during normal planting season, so we are just getting some things started.
Here is the basil bed.
Here are the tomatoes and Kentucky Wonder beans. They've been in the ground about a week.
Here is the fig tree- looks like I will get several batches of figs to preserve this year. Had one big batch last year.
Voila, the volunteer heirloom field peas that we don't know the name of. We judge planting season by the sprouting of these peas.
Tippy (the dog) and Jasper (the cat) are not big on yard work except if it cools off during the evening. Jasper is a big fan of grass-pulling. The St. Augustine makes long runners, and he likes pouncing on the pile of them that gets pulled out of the flowerbeds.
Here are Ray's naga golokia peppers. A student gave him a few, and he saved the seeds. I made pepper jelly out of the ripe ones; they are hotter than habanero. Almost had to take Ray to the emergency room after he popped a sliver of a raw one into his mouth. Thought it was going to give him heart failure. He turned really pale.