Friday, April 24, 2009

Goodness!

I reread yesterday's Theme Thursday post. What a downer! Sorry, all. Note to self: stop whining. All comments were appreciated.

In better news, here are my pots of radishes and lettuce, and some tomato, pepper, dill, and thyme plants D got from Sequatchie Cove Farm yesterday.








18 comments:

subtorp77 said...

Oooh ! Lovely, simply lovely! That reminds me to clean the radishes I bought for the trip. Garden's looking great tut-tut!

Squirrel said...

very pretty . got to get my herbs in the ground...

Kurt said...

You can eat them radish greens when they's little.

Baino said...

Too much rain this week has killed my wheelbarrow full of goodness *sob* . .never mind, grower's market next Saturday. Look at your sunshine, who'd have known it snowed last week!

Joanne said...

The gardens can't get planted and grown soon enough. Oh to have a Jet Star tomato!

citizen of the world said...

Looks great!

Megan said...

Yay, plants! Go go go!

Catskill Snap said...

I like radishes a lot. the smaller the radish the more potent it seems to be. I completed a tutorial for you.
TUTorial... and hey I'm sad to say I drove within 4 miles of Tuthilltown last weekend yes, TUThilltown and since I didn't have my map with me, I didn't know til I got home.

Shammickite said...

You're inspiring me to get my garden ready for planting.... but the ground is far too cold yet here in the Great White North... another 3 weeks should do it!
Your garden's looking great.... there's nothing like produce from your own little plot of land!

Reya Mellicker said...

Your radishes are lovely!

I know that poem (from yesterday) but can't remember why. It's quite eerie, isn't it?

Sending love and energy as you step up to the plate. All will be well, really it will. This phase, too, shall pass.

Smart Mouth Broad said...

I'm sure that you saw it as I'm late in getting here but I left you an award at my site. Congrats.

Britt-Arnhild said...

Lovey growing.
Spring has come here in The Blue Garden and we are out al days.
It is time for seeding.

carolyn said...

You have good cause to whine and lots of friends who will be only too willing to listern. Wishing you the best.
Carolyn x

Maddy said...

Yummy. Just been checking the carrot seedlings in the garden as well as taking some Geranium cuttings so I'm right there with you.
Cheers

JGH said...

I'm trying to do more from seed but have found the pepper plants really hard to get started. It's been weeks and they're still so small -- I think I'll just get some plants soon. You'll have a salad very soon, it looks like!

DineometerDeb said...

Wow! Due to some wierd wrinkle in the time-space continuum, I was able to watch tomorrow's Music Monday post..TONIGHT!

Retro jazz. Love it!

lettuce said...

well hardly whiney Tut-tut. Life is tough and no reason that shouldn't be reflected on your blog just now and then...

lovely pics.
I've given up on growing tomatoes, I just never water them consistently enough and am disappointed

Tomato plants smell so good, don't they?

Gledwood said...

There's nothing like a good bit of salad...