Now the Little Ladies are in the kitchen enjoying the bounty with their daddy! More on the Monarch Caterpillar in a future post.
It looks good! She's such a cutie.
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what a large cucumber, the harvest looks quite yummy. And the caterpillar is quite a find.
What a gorgeous cucumber! I am sure it was tasty.
What cute photos! Your garden is ahead of mine...I'm still looking forward to that first cucumber. :)
What a bountiful harvest!
Wow! 6 and 36 pounds! That puts into perspective how huge my little guy is! Not even 2 and a half and he's 39 pounds!!!Your garden looks fantastic! And it looks like she picked the best items!
That DEFINITELY was a heavy harvest! I'm jealous -- don't have a veggie patch, neither do I have green fingers to speak of :D
I love to see the children in the garden. For me, it's worth having a garden just to watch the little ones picking the veggies and eating them right in the garden. Yesterday the boys were fighting over the only ripe lemon cucumber. Fighting over a cucumber! Finally they decided to cut it in half. I love it.
So yummy! I'm jealous of your peppers...ours are just flowering right now. Enjoy your summer harvest!
WOW, how exciting to find a such pretty caterpillar
There is only one thing better than harvesting your own grown vegetables - seeing your child do it. GREAT!
Come the end of August, I will be moving into a big old house (nearly 100 years old) with my friends for the school year. One of my friends that's living there for the summer rescued some plants from a store that was going to throw them out. We now have growing about 10 pepper plants and 6ish tomato plants. I can't wait to move in so we can enjoy the harvest and can the rest!!Lovely pictures as always! How lucky you are to find a monarch caterpillar!
Oooh we love monarchs.Great cucumbers!!
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