End of May Homestead Photo Tour

I thought I’d share what’s going on at the homestead right now.  I was going to do a video tour, but being nearly 32 weeks pregnant with a baby pushing on my lungs, every video take was nothing but me breathing heavy as I walked through the yard.  So it’s a photo tour instead.

Starting just outside our back door with the boys’ hugelkultur.  I didn’t do a close up, but the watermelon sprouts are up.  Next is the chicken yard, then the side yard along our driveway where the volunteer spinach lives, as well as the grapes, garlic and strawberries.  Next come my flower gardens that are slowly getting edibles mixed in.  And the neighbor’s garden that we’ve been helping with.  Then is our main garden and the beehive, which is to receive a new roof this weekend.  Not shown are the tiny leek and kohlrabi sprouts.  :)  Eggplant and carrots are planted too, but not up yet.  Enjoy!

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Categories: Garden, Hugelkultur, Urban Homesteading | Tags: , , | 4 Comments

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4 thoughts on “End of May Homestead Photo Tour

  1. I love your blog! Down here in Florida its getting real hot, so the variety of edible things that can survive in my garden is dwindling. Except for the zucchini, I have so many zucchinis~!

  2. theresa

    Great pictures! thanks loved the ‘wreath’ mother nature is so cool.

  3. Love the pictures! Great idea too. :) You are definitely NOT a lazy homesteader!!!

  4. I loved this! Thanks.

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