We won't be planting our summer vegetable garden for a couple more weeks, but there are still a few surviving plants out there, and loads of weeding that needs to be done.
So, yes, I am gardening. I have dirt under my fingernails (which is nothing new, but this is real garden dirt, not just accumulated, unwashed crud).
The onions that reseeded themselves from last year's crop are going great guns. We also put in what we thought were some leeks last year, but all but one turned out to be chives or... well, I'm not sure yet. A couple of them have developed pink seed heads.
That one leek in the garden is getting bigger and bigger. If it survives our time away from home, I'm looking forward to something soupy and leeky later this month. (There's green garlic in the fridge; fingers crossed it lasts.)
This photo is the end of the broccoli. It is trying to go to seed, but to do so, it must go through the blooming stage. It has been a tight, beautiful gnarl for some days now; not sure if it knows what flowering means.
I guess I'll find out when we get back.
We take off Tuesday; I might get in another garden pic or two before then.