Doug posing in the corn in the small garden next to the barn. This corn was planted on May 3rd. We planted another crop on May 8 out in our Main Production Garden and the seed rotted in the ground. So, this year we won't have a really BIG corn crop, this one will work. We'll save the extra corn seed for next year. Buckwheat and rye cover crops will be planted and we'll plan and dream of corn for next year.
Below, Doug - 'Out standing' in his field. And yes, the corn is really knee high. It's been soooo long since we've been able to grow a decent crop of corn. Our fields stay wet for so long in the spring that it's tough to get the corn planted early enough for it to ripen by BBQ time.
Oh, that's a 'deadly' cabbage moth net (formerly known as a fish net) that he is holding. We had a cabbage moth derby one year, he won with 121, but I came in a close second with 118.
1937 Dodge with a boatload of flowers. This picture doesn't do it justice ... unless you can click on it to bring it up closer. Just another fun, small project.
Take good care. Not sure if we will get the produce stand opened. Just starting our CSA season ... always look forward to that!