You know what I love about Spring? Plant sales. A way to support the local community (in this case it was the local community college) and get a good deal on plants. For this particular one, we went a little late so most of the vegetables were picked over. They still had some really nice flowers so I picked some up for the front of the house. We had bushes up until last year when I had someone cut them down. They were hideous looking and housed mosquitos. It just didn't seem like a nice way to welcome visitors anymore (except for the ones I didn't want - take that sales people!).
I let Daughter loose with my camera while I picked out some plants. I'm not sure where she found the zucchini because I missed them. I'm toying with the idea of planting some again. I really like zucchini and you can freeze it, but I always get squash bugs. Then the squash bugs spread to any squash related thing I have. Anybody know how to not get those things?