Friday, August 30, 2013

State of the Garden Address

The last time whole-garden pictures were posted, we were celebrating the seedlings which proved that our hard work had not been in vain. So much has transpired since then that the garden looks completely different! Both gardens are doing very well and producing more than we can eat, and a quick walk-through makes it apparent that God's hand has been on both gardens this summer, and that he has richly blessed this internship!
The 38th St. Garden from the perspective of the zucchini.

The 38th St. garden again - would you believe the corn and pumpkins are even BIGGER now?!?!?!

The 46th St. garden - enough swiss-chard to feed Grant county! Our green beans are doing well too; we have been sharing with Victory Acres.

Beans - wax, lima, purple and green beans, and edamame. The amaranth is doing well too. Not pictured, we have TONS of tomatoes, many types of peppers, onions, carrots and melons! Such an exciting time!
School will be starting soon on IWU's campus and, hopefully, garden tours! I can't wait to show everyone the beauty that has come of this summer!

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