I planted snow peas along that wire support weeks ago but not a single one did I see. There were, however, quite a few volunteer tomato plants -- I'll take what I can get!
There! That's better. the next step is to thin and spread the lettuce plants out . . . another day.
It's always pleasant to stagger to the house after a long day in the garden and then look down and gloat over what was accomplished. And lucky me! There are more weeds waiting in the main part of the garden below -- as well as tomatoes, peppers. squash, and cukes to set out, corn and beans to sow . . .
And, of course, more roses to smell!
The yellow rose by the greenhouse door . . .
A chorus line in scarlet . . .
And Her Majesty La Reine des Violettes . . .