|Different views of the garden, as it was, around the middle of June. These are the vegetables in their early stages of growth, planted in wood framed rows, with walkways between them. In the fourth row from the left a trellis gives the Snow Peas, and Snap Peas something to climb, as well as a perch for our Green Guy, and Plastic Cat to sit on. The other Green Guys act as scarecrows to keep any birds from wandering around the inside of the plantation. If you look closely you will see black tubing snaking down the center of each row, this is part of the drip irrigation system I use to directly water without having to use a sprinkler, thus reducing any risk of damage to the plant, as well as conserving the water. This also helps to keep the weeds away.