Cultural: My garden update
Here in Poland our weather varies widely. We we have some 80 F weather in the summer and some 50 and 60 F weather. Some summers we have a cool summer and sometimes we have a hot one. So far this year we've had some days of each. I have already gotten in my sugar peas - they are done as we had some very hot weather and they finished (they love cool weather). My husband has potatoes planted, which love cool weather.
I also recently planted some zucchini. I now how have 19 plants! Can't wait til August when I start seeing fruit.
I have several tomato plants in pots.
I then have corn and some green beans and various pumpkins planted.
Have you ever seen green beans when they were growing on the plant (these are bush beans). One year I planted tall ones against my fence - I had beans and beans and beans!
I think they are so cute!
We have had some cold weather the last few days so the garden hasn't grown quickly lately, but things are growing.
That's in the garden.
Back in the house I've been putting my nose to the grindstone and trying to get some quilts quilted.
So far, four quilted, with one partially done. I've been working hard. I didn't have that much time on Sunday - though the weather was perfect for quilting! I still need to do some trimming and preparing binding and binding.
Let's see. According to a popular picture I've seen floating around Facebook, "preparing binding" takes 2 hours. I'm not really sure how it could take someone that long unless they were a rank beginner, and even at that, I don't understand how it would take that long to cut some strips sew them together diagonally (even 12 for a huge quilt and the quilt referenced was not a huge quilt) trim, and fold it in half and press. Done. Binding is prepared.
And that's what's been happening here! Have a great day!
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