We've been picking dinner from the garden lately and I must say it is one of the highlights of farming. To cook something that is still so alive and fresh; it makes such a difference with the taste. We have planted, staked, and trellised our big house, moving on to the summer crops already. Yesterday we started our melon seed and heat loving celosia. Stuart mowed down one of best cover crops to date, albeit a bit later than we like due to all the rain we've been having. It looks to rain Saturday, again. Not the best for selling flowers at market, but I shouldn't complain. Looks like just one more week with tulips. I love them while they are here, but I don't mind seeing them go. For everything there is a season.