Wednesday, July 05, 2006

Three Pumpkins

Nestled among the large, oversized leaves are three pumpkins of various sizes. Two pumpkins are on one plant and one pumpkin on another. I think three is the perfect number of pumpkins from this area. Two more pumpkin plants are in the garden, but they have not really grown significantly or produced a female flower yet.

As you can see upon closer inspection, some little garden friend has had a little taste of two of the pumpkins. Usually, a small wound like this will just scar over and by the time the pumpkins are grown, it shouldn't be noticeable. That is if the nibbler stops nibbling.

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