G A L L E R Y
Neighborhood Wildlife 2007

Garden 2007

Front Garden 2007

Fruit Trees 2007

Side Yard 2007

House Seasons 2007

Finishing the Basement
December 2006 - Present


House Movies
September 2006


House Building: Front View
May - September 2006


House Building: Interior
May - September 2006


House Building: Exterior
May - September 2006


House Building: Design
May 2006


Vacation 2004

Harvest Festival 2004

Neighborhood Wildlife 2004

Other Connecticut Vineyards 2004

Sharpe Hill Vineyard 2004

Chamard Vineyard 2004

McLaughlin Vineyard 2004

Porch Garden 2004

Dustie's 4th of July 2004

Hers & His 2004

Spring Grooming 2004

Pumpkin Carving 2003

Some Dances 1983

 
 
Porch Garden
2004
 

The Wife takes time to plant her organic "porch garden".



You can't see her "green thumb", but it's there.



120 pounds of soil later. The seedlings to our jalapeņo peppers,



and, on the more subtle side, our spices, rosemary and lemon thyme.



Even I lent a hand by planting a few of her Box Car Willy seeds.



The future home to The Wife's tomatoes.



Oh my, 70 days later and we have tomato plants instead of sprouts.



There are 3 plants in each pot. This is the same angle as the picture of the empty pots.



Our jalapeņo pepper plants. See the little white flower in the center? There are about 5 of those.



Our spices, rosemary & lemon thyme have been used in our cooking the past couple months.



Here's the whole porch Garden growing wild!



She does such a wonderful job of caring for them.



We added some catnip to the garden for Dustie the Cat.



The jalapeņos are doing great!



As are these 2 large tomatoes.



October arrives with a harvest. Jalapeņos for spicing up food & making homemade poppers. Yum!



The two large green tomatoes from above in all their final glory.



Then there are these smaller ones that The Wife puts on her homemade pizza.



Lastly, a small basket with some of the colorful fruit.