This week we are receiving a good soaking of rain, which also allows us a breather to do other chores around the area. We planted some of the new perennials for cutting on Monday, so they will settle in nice with the rain. We have been having busy days at the Farmer's Market. We have ten varieties of tomato plants along with three types of green peppers and several hot peppers. The vegetable plants include celery, summer squash, winter squash, cucumbers, and pumpkins. Several new annual plants, including Cerinthe (Pride of Gibralta), Fireworks Grass, Passion Flower vine, Castor Beans (red and green), Rudbeckia, Sweet Peas, ten different colours of Dahlias. Lots of new perennials and the old favorites, culinary herbs, Hydrangea, Oso Easy Rose bush, and three types of shrubs. Lots of selection, but never enough room on our market tables.