Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Plant a seed...

I'm burn'n daylight planting in the garden of delights, like a wild blue eyed granny. A post on straw bale gardening in cowcamp is coming here soon. 

not my picture, not my garden...sigh


In the mean time, if you have a moment to spare and I hope you do... you can read LL's great post on Social Values...
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6 comments:

  1. Hope you have some real corned beef or a skelp of bacon to go with those cabbages!

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  2. GRANNYMAR: I missed putting the disclaimer on the photo, fixed that, thanks. It gets too hot here to grow cabbage as beautiful as those. What is a skelp?

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  3. Thank you for the plug on my blog.

    There is nothing better than fresh produce. Nothing tastes better or is better for you.

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  4. Not your garden. HOw dare you tempt us that way. Our lettuce is almost ready to harvest and we have planted bok choi. Next come the hot weather plants.

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  5. Nothing better that fresh produce. I lucked out this year. Kale that I planted in the fall didn't get big enough to harvest so I just left the immature plants in the raised bed. It survived frost and being buried in snow all winter and is now thriving. Love a garden that tends itself.

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  6. LL: Thank you sir, for an interesting blog post. Fresh from the garden is yummy!

    TABOR: Just whetting your appetite for things to come... I have grown bok-choi one time, it was not a hit here.

    ARKANSAS PATTI: Easy gardening is a lot more fun, and fresh is so good for you. Glad to hear you over wintered well!!!

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