Farmer Dave’s Garden
warning this is the first time I used this camera it’s shaky with bad sound.
This a tour of the garden in early spring. It starts at the deck stairs and goes around inside the back fence, then goes past the herb garden and into the lawn. The lawn has the first spring flowers. The naturalized crocuses are blooming.
March 22, 2010 part one
This is part two of my garden tour. The rhubarb is sprouting, and the daffodils are poking up.
March 22, 2010 part two
Here is the second garden tour of my garden in 2010.
April 5, 2010
Here is the third tour of Farmer Dave’s Garden in 2010
April 26, 2010
This the forth garden tour of farmer Dave’s garden in 2010.
May 19, 2010
Here is the fifth garden of farmer Dave’s garden in 2010.
May 27, 2010
Well here’s the sixth garden tour of my garden. I show the the progress made in the big garden, then look at the flowerbeds around the house. You did see my tractor, didn’t you? I always say a day on my tractor is a day I’ve been living. Sorry but I love my John Deere. Any way back to the tour, after the flowers it’s the herb garden and finally the kitchen garden.
Enjoy the tour.
June 9, 2010
Wow It’s Been a Month
Sorry about the delay, so here’s the latest tour, from July 9, 2010. This is my back garden, kitchen garden, and herb garden.I’ll try to get one up of my big garden latter today.
Here’s a tour of my big garden on July 12, 2010. Just to let you see that my garden is not as advanced as gardener Mel’s.
It’s already July 26th, time is flying. Here’s the latest tour for this year. The garden is growing great. I’ve got my first ripe tomatoes, and the onions are very mild and sweet. In this video I call my prairie path, a garden path which I guess it is. I also call my deck a porch, it’s beautiful as it is.
Here’s the garden tour for the first week of August 2010. The tomatoes are ripening, and the squash, pumpkin, and gourd vine are taking over the lawn. All that gardening and Wolfy the cat too. Wow!
Well the chickens are talking about the massive birdhouse gourd vines enjoy!
Wow it’s been a long time since my last tour. The first frost has come and the garden is almost done.