Typical Oklahoma garden fare. Tomato, peppers, beans (black), and okra!
Of course since it is just the first fruits of our harvest, there are not many yet, but I do see tomatoes on the vine that are just about ready and the eggplant is producing well, along with the okra. Soon I will have more of everything than I know what to do with.
Two of my tomatoes, both are heirloom, but now I forget what kind. Guess I'll have to find the tags!
Okra-Clemson spinelessI finally pulled up the mustard, lettuce, and spinach. They were all on their last leg. The chickens and ducks really enjoyed it though.
As with most people, I hate to weed. Enter young slave labor. Well, he's not quite slave labor. I did tell him if he would do a good job, I would pay him. Probably more than I should, but it's worth it to me. Saves my back and teaches him that hard work does pay off! Besides all of that, I got a flower!
A job well done. Eccl 9:10
I just get rewarded all around!