11 Responses to “digging in”

  1. Sachi says:

    Oh congratulations on your vegetable garden!!!! That is so much fun! You and your kiddos are going to have a blast!

  2. Kathryn says:

    Oh that looks lovely you guys! I wish I could have been around to help with the digging!

  3. MJ says:

    Wow, a lot of love and sweat went into that garden!! I think it looks wonderful, so full of possibility and ripe for new growth. YAY!! Can wait to see the fruit (and veggies) of all of your efforts!!

  4. Dad says:

    Wow!!! The new garden looks great! Good on you guys! Like Kathy, I wish I could have been there to help!

  5. island jays says:

    Oh fantastic! What a job. It would have been nice to help to save your back and shoulders but I’m sure you’ll enjoy the fruits of your labour ten-fold by doing it all yourself. And so many little helpers – the first seed up is going to be so special! Happy gardening!

  6. I can’t wait to see pics as this grows along. Lovely, ambitious and so impressive. Can’t wait to see the tiny gardeners this space cultivates. I look forward to your tales.

  7. swanski says:

    I really admire your little garden. I bet the children will love what you pick from it throughout the summer.

  8. angie says:

    yay to your little garden! The kids are going to have a blast harvesting those carrots! It’s amazing how much you can get from a little space.

  9. Jennifer says:

    Yesterday we started on year 2 of our balcony garden – so exciting! It’s amazing what we can grow in pots and bags. It will be interesting to see how your broccoli turns out – we were thinking of trying broccoli this year, but passed on it in favour of more potatoes. So nice to see the green in your photos. Hurray for growing things :)

  10. yarn along says:

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  11. Hege says:

    Looks great! Hope you’ll have lots of tasty vegetables soon :)
    We are planning our garden here too. But I think we won’t get much done this summer, because we have to dig up most of the garden to make a new wall in the cellar :( It’s an old house and the elements have not been nice to one of the old brick walls…

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