The rest of the front flower bed. Bees have been coming through regularly and I should be able to start collecting seed soon. We have flowers in almost every planting bed. This bed only has the large, nasty/noxious weeds pulled. Food beds keep me busy enough with the weeding.
There is somewhat of a lull in gardening, mostly I maintain right now. Still weeding grass, watering of course, and dragging Fort Rabbit around the lawn. If we have enough to sell at Farmer's Market, we will be going this Saturday. I have been thinking up value-added products that are easy to do and use the things we have the most of - I'll be implementing them soon! We'll even have something special for cats (due to the mass of catnip growing in the "wild corner" of grasses, trees, catnip and mint).
Our rabbits should be butchered this weekend, but if Richard continues to work every day (as in 7 day work weeks) then I'll have to find time to do it in the evening after he gets home. When the kids and passerby aren't around to see me thumping rabbits on the head. Ugh. I can hardly believe that these are even considerations I'm making.
On a positive note, we were encouraged by a farmer friend to be unafraid (not dumb, just not fearful) of making a big push to get us started on a grander scale. He says not to pass up on a good thing just because we're afraid of failure. Nice to hear things like that from someone who knows better than we do about these things. It makes me wonder what gems of advice I'll have when I've got a few more decades of gray on my head.