This is the garden where the squirrels and chipmunks were frolicking. It has purple cabbage, broccoli, dill, golden crescent beans, calypso beans, a few radishes, 1 mound of cantaloupes, and raspberries.
This is the other side of the fence from the first garden I photographed. I am currently expanding it, so you can see the dirt and cardboard of the expansion. It has a row of potatoes, cucumbers, tomatillos (although the chipmunks have eaten most of those plants), eggplant, and cantaloupes. All of the blocks have smaller plants, like marigolds, swiss chard, peas, herbs, etc.
This shows how much bigger the hens still are compared to the pullets. They are all enjoying the third yard when we let them wander into it.
The tomato and pepper garden.
Unfortunately, most of the tomato and pepper plants are this size.
This one, though, has some tiny green tomatoes.