If we're talking veggies I would plant tomatoes, beans, peas, radishes, carrots and cucumbers. If I lived on a farm I would plant everything I could, except for squash and turnip because I can't stand those. As far as flowers go I have a pretty good mix on the go but I can't remember the names of the stuff I have planted except for the irises. I'd love some climbing roses but they don't do well here.
Watermelon to save me on some money. Other than that tomato, spinach, capsicum, beans, strawberries, zuchhini, cucumber
We haven't planted yet...too cold but we're doing tomatoes, green beans, cucumbers, cantaloupe, green peppers and I think we have blueberry and strawberry plants to transplant. We are rehauling our garden.
Flower wise, I have a bunch of flower gardens. I'm a sucker for all lilies so I have a lot of those. I saw a daffodil pop up and my Black Iris popped out of the ground.
Mom to Elizabeth (6) and Corinne (4)
I am thinking about gardening this summer. Our old house had terrible soil so I gave up, but the new house might be better. There are already some flowers and raspberries. My mom gave me some strawberries and herbs which I will add. I would love to do some veggies - maybe lettuces and tomatoes. I used to have a huge cherry tomato patch and I want another one!
We plant tomatoes (4 varieties) cucumber, bell peppers (all four colors) lettuce, zucchini, spaghetti squash, corn, and then I have a raised bed with watermelon, cantaloupe and honey dew. I also have pots near the house with strawberry, raspberry, and blueberry
Molly, Morgan, Mia and Carson
At our old house we had raspberry bushes like the plague. It was too much of a good thing. We couldn't kill them either. They just kept coming back. I could easily pick enough berries to make several dozen jars of jam.