Some morning photos from our family veggie gardens:
Wow! You know what this means? It means that the start of my very first "fried zucchini flowers" project is drawing near. :D Gee. I wonder how many flowers I'm going to get! About two weeks ago, I thinned out the young zucchini plants and left only four of them. Now they are all looking good.
Here straw mulching is popularly used to keep the soil moist and suppress the growth of weeds.
And other vegetables are looking good, too.
I don't know what this is called in English. Dad said it's a vineless variety.
In addition, leaf vegetables like spinach, lettuce, mizuna and daikon are growing like crazy.
Imagine all these vegetables becoming ready to eat one after another and being brought into our kitchen every day... When mom is on a hunger strike..! We already ate so much of the cucumbers and leafy vegetables, but it was just the beginning, I guess.
Please don't blame me for feeling a bit scared than happy.