And no shortage of weeds, either. Here you can see three photos that show how I spent my July 4th weekend ... Friday, the Crop Circle garden was covered in weeds up to eight inches tall.
Here, I've staked tomato plants into the new Crop Circle garden.
This is the first full season to use our new Crop Circle garden - a 28-foot raised area in the center of a circular driveway! This year, I've planted corn and tomatoes in the Crop Circle garden...
Here is a shot of our new Crop Circle garden at night .... it looks other-wordly in the blue lights. I live very near a small airport, so I often wonder what the pilots think as they fly over it ... :)
27 cubic feet of organic matter is added to the gardens and rototilled on April 5, 2009. Here, the crop circle receives a generous dose of chicken and steer manure.
The crop circle is planted with Kandy Corn, and Sweet Meat squash between the rows...
This year, I planted Kandy Corn in the crop circle. Here are some photos of the corn starts as they are being watered.
Here is an aerial view of the Crop Circle that magically appears on our acreage every year...
Jim shows how high the corn has grown in the Crop Circle.