In my lunchbreak i walked up to the fish stand on the Bergweg and got me one herring. Yum. On my way over there i saw this family of Egyptian geese.
A red hollyhock on my way back
A big tree
The grote lisdodde, the bulrush
Looks like a Snowball Hydrangea - not sure about the name though
A calendula flower in the containers close to the railroad
Cosmos and nasturtium
A beautiful cosmos flower
And a beautiful courgette flower
Tomatoes ripe for harvesting
A yacon plant
An apple tree outside of the garden surrounded by hollyhocks
Wild flowers outside of the garden
Pumpkins in between the beans
The beans growing huge!
And very flowery 🙂
Fennel heads flowers
Courgettes, zucchini for the USA citizens
Zinnia flowers with nasturtium and a cosmos
And more camomile
And still more 🙂
Lovely little white flower, no idea of the name
Calendula, my favourite flower
Makes me so happy
Onions, still growing bigger
One horseradish uprooted, a bit too early. Better to do this in September
An onion flower
The table in the middle of the garden. It was actually warm today!
This morning garden work started at nine. We put up the roof, watered the plants in the greenhouse. Some went to the other side, watered the carrots. Some stayed on the side with the greenhouse, seeded beetroot and chard. I planted out the sunflowers in the top of a bed. First weeded it, watered the ground and in they went.
On my way back home i bought a pizza, a pizza margerita. I put up some of the herbs i picked this morning, the oregano, the basil, and some artichokes on them and ate half of it. And for evening dinner i put some sun roasted tomatoes and some cheese on the remaining pizza and put it in the oven. Lovely.
Tomorrow i will start at nine again. Much better in this warm weather.
I hope you will enjoy your weekend. Salute!
The rosemary is growing fine
Lettuce, not yet bolted
A teensy bit of raspberries
Sunflowers, planted on Tuesday
Zinnias, planted on Tuesday