Here’s my third garden. It is at the local community garden. It has gorgeous, beautiful soil. Not clay! It is in the flood plain of a river so it is beautiful bottomland. It has been a long time since I have gardened in soil like this. I’ve planted cucumbers, a couple of varieties of beans, “pink” beans, most importantly. Pink beans are what my daughter calls scarlet runner beans because the immature beans are neon pink. I planted some old summer bulbs that should’ve been planted last summer and TOMATOES. A little room is left, just enough for a raspberry bush.
While planting the tomatoes and weeding this weekend I discovered that there is a lovely patch of sand burs. Luckily they had not gone to seed yet.
Thanks, Dad, for tilling it for me!