At the beginning of Spring I often have trouble understanding that the little tiny things we put in the ground will grown into huge, food producing plants. I don't know why this is, but it just is. Fortunately, Urban Farming requests pictures every two weeks to report how our little farm is doing. They may not start quite at the beginning of the season, but it's still quite a record.
Remember All-Church Work Day on May 22nd?
Then in mid-June I sent these pictures to the folks in Detroit. They were very impressed at how big everything was already!
July 7th: Plants explosion!
July 19 - Possibly the height of zucchini before they suffered from various insect infestations.