When the crayons start to sweat before 9:30, it might finally be summer. Not that anyone here was likely eager for the switch to finally flip.
I learned this morning that it’s the first solstice in 49 years to also be the full moon.
I also got outside time thanks to an actual morning nap by the littlest. Just enough to finish mulching. The beans and winter squash have a fighting chance now.
Happy solstice, y’all.
A leek’s scape escaping!
Beans have been busier than the bees.
Serranos sliding into first in the pepper bed.
Lemon trumpets over bolted parsley.
Curious lavender looking into the path.
To find…carrots! My carrot sowing helper was quite zealous in her seed sprinkling.
I hope to have a copious amount of coriander soon.
Let the window ripening begin for the year!