The wheat is looking more like wheat.
Strawberries are happening.
Tomatoes, lettuce, and more.
Ginormous rhody shows its ginormous flowers.
Basil needs to be planted.
Don Featherstone is watching.
Pardon me if I missed this in an earlier post but what is your plan for the wheat? Will the yield be substantial enough to grind? I no longer plant anything I don’t have a storage plan for and wheat sounds interesting.
I don’t expect it to yield much, so storage shouldn’t be a problem. Maybe I’ll have a small bag of wheat berries, or at least enough to grind into flour for one loaf of bread. It’s more of a fun experiment; I’ll keep on posting!
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