One of Webster's definitions of growth is "progressive development." I think this accurately describes the growth my garden experienced last week. Nick and I rented a rototiller from our local Home Depot and proceed to get a little crazy. We tilled up last year's garden, then tore into a patch of ground in the facing back corner of the yard, ultimately more than doubling our planting ground!
We planted many things that night: lettuce blend, spinach, bok choy, zucchini, crooked yellow neck squash, green beans, swiss chard, watermelon, cantalope, green melon, cucumbers, winter squash, cutting flowers, and sunflowers!
With the growth of this garden will hopefully come the growth of many things: growth of knowledge, growth of production, growth of health, growth of love.