Yeah okay, so this is not MY garden. Would it have been great if it was? I wouldn't have even minded if it came without the migrant workers. I would have taken it anyway.
Sadly, this is what I cam home to instead.
Little plants and weeds.
Here's my corn. Most of the plants are still small and hard to see. The weeds don't help much. There are actually 4 rows, but I only photographed two. I love fresh corn. I really hope these are good producers. Last time I tried planting corn some kind of fungus got to it and destroyed all the ears before they had a chance to ripen.
I suppose it's mostly my fault. Last year I did not plant a garden and we didn't have the money to convert this area to a brick patio and planted berm like we had originally planned, so I just let the weeds grow. And grow. And grow. Till they were about 6 feet tall and thick, thick, thick. It took 5 large barrel sized trash bags to get ride of all the weeds once I finally got around to weeding. The weeds had all gone to seed last summer so when I tilled the garden this year, I'm sure I just mixed all those seeds right into the ground, and they just smiled up and me and said, Why, thank you".
Here is the after shot. It took about 4 hours to weed, and filled an entire trash can. The can was so heavy it took everything I had to drag it off of the lawn. It's still siting right there in the middle of the garden.