Anatomy of a Garden – Part 1

7 May

A reverse jet stream last week brought Dr. Greenthumb and his Garden of Wonders through Chicago in the middle of the night and right into Blue Lake by early afternoon. The proverbial plot quickly thickened as Dr. Greenthumb unhitched his trailer and launched into all sorts of agricultural pursuits:


As shown, Dr. Greenthumb is already planting some cold-weather vegetables (like peas) in the tilled garden plot. Most of the rest of the plants will be started indoors and planted outdoors around Memorial Day. No decision has been made yet as to where the 400 pound giant pumpkin will be grown.

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2 Responses to “Anatomy of a Garden – Part 1”

  1. ziusudrablog May 7, 2009 at 3:02 pm #

    Beautiful place.

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