With the warm Spring temperatures and lots (and lots and lots) of rain we've had recently, everything is growing rapidly.
We put this child we were watching for our friends to work planting some green beans.
Here is the space an old shack used to sit on. Now that it is gone, we can expand our garden.
Here's the raised bed I made last Saturday. Moving those railroad ties was quite a chore by myself! I also had to excavate a lot of very clay-like soil. Later in the day my wife returned home and we added top soil and left over peat moss and manure, then she planted another garden of tomatoes.
This bed was where we had a good crop of tomatoes last year. As you can see, it is full of tomato plants sprouting. These plants are "wild" offspring from last year's crop.
And our strawberries are also doing well. Some are even blossoming. You probably can't tell in this photo, but the beans the child planted a week ago are starting to come up as well.