Thursday, July 21, 2011

Our African Garden

Elder Hatch worked a long time in producing this tomato for Sister Hatch. African gardening is a new experience.
Sister Hatch enjoyed every ounce of this freshly picked tomato. She looks forward to the rest. She may share if she is feeling like it, or she may hide in the kitchen and eat it all by herself! he he
What do you think she did?

Do you see another one on the way to being picked?

The bell pepper tasted so good, we are hoping for more.

Rooftop gardening in Africa is a whole new experience.
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Aubrey Hatch said...

Yay! That's a gooood lookin garden. :) You've got the green thumb and the green tomatoes, which will redden up and be delicious.

echo said...

you guys are awesome. the gardens i start here never turn out that well.

Henke Family said...

ya, that looks good! I'm afraid ours hasn't done so well here.....the weather's been great, just lack of attention on my part. Keeping up with 4 kids keeps me pretty occupied these days! Maybe Heber and I will have the garden of our dreams when we are old. :)

Daryl Olsen said...

Where's there a will, there's a way!!! It's called determination and tender loving car. Our garden is doing great too. No ripe tomatoes yet but lots of green ones. We're keeping an eye on them. We'll see who gets the first one.

Sherilyn said...

They're ripening! YEA! It's kind of sad that I've been gone long enough for that to happen. Congo feels like a dream...