Snow peas, gladiolus, a couple unknown plants and a weed.
We've been gardening a lot lately. This is the future home of more vegetables than we could possibly eat. I have high hopes for carrots, beans, tomatoes, cucumbers and sunflowers in these three beds. And we've got more beds for lettuce, spinach, mesculin, peas, radishes, herbs. Not to mention the pumpkin/squash patch and five rows of corn. So when I say a lot, I mean all the time. The poor babies were feeling neglected inside the house while Ethan and I would go outside and plant/weed/till so today we plopped them on a blanket so they could atleast watch. Then they realized they had it pretty good inside because there's no freshly cut grass blowing up their noses there, or rocks falling on their heads (Ethan was throwing them up in the air to see if they would come back down and, well, his aim isn't too good yet).
You can't see it in the picture but this is rows and rows of brilliantly red home canned tomatoes lining the shelves of our basement and feeding us through the winter. You just gotta have vision. Actually this is only a fraction of the tomato plants we have; but based on how they look, I'll be lucky to get one tomato off each. The good looking ones in the front are store bought (thanks to my mil!) Hopefully in a few weeks they'll grow up and be ready to transplant.