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Thursday, April 30, 2009

The tiny Garden Starts

This is a large pot on the west side of the house. I did the garden stake years ago and it has followed me here. I put some onion sets in the dirt and now they are up and getting ready to eat. My little neighbor said she doesn't like onions...could I plant onion rings. Hehehe! Here is a close up. The bunny is keeping watch. Audra thinks we need more bunnies. She places them in different spots around the yard. I never know where they will turn up.
My little garden gnome is a gift from my daughter. He is sitting there wondering...is this lettuce ready to eat?Why didn't she plant more? Oh...this is supposed to be an herb garden...I forgot.

I have a tomato to plant there too. A sugar snack cherry tomato. I hope to have tomatoes in bunches like grapes. Will I have enough lettuce for a BLT, when these are ripe?

Here are some herbs...still in the window. It's too cold to plant, so I will have to be patient. I planted the seeds that you see here. I think of all of you with your huge beautiful gardens....you are probably getting a chuckle out of my little patch.




There will be more later. I know you are on pins and needles just in anticipation....waiting to see the final pictures. Will I have enough to go to the farmer's market? Hmmmmm, should I plant corn???
Balisha



6 comments:

The cottage by the Cranelake said...

My tomatoe plants is still so small. I don´t know what I´m doing wrong this year? But I can always buy some new plants instead :-)

perennialgardener said...

Looking good Balisha. I did some onions too. Hope you tomato plant does well. :)

Balisha said...

Hi Christer,
I don't know to much about growing tomatoes from seed. I have only done it once before. My Dad always picked out small tomato plants, when he bought them. He said they did better for him and they caught up with the bigger ones as soon as they were planted.

Hi Racquel,
I do have more things growing on my window sills. Too early to put out here. More pictures later. I am only planting the one tomato plant, but my husband is doing more.

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

PLANT CORN! :) Just hangin' out here tonight. I'll tell you all about the Garden Show I am attending in the morning!
~smiles and love to you Balisha~

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Balisha...I am DELIGHTED you have met Christer! You two have lots in common..and two of the greatest people I have ever met! Now that I've kissed up...do I get some of your tomatoes?? Hmmmmm? :)

Balisha said...

Hi Mona,
Hope you have fun at the garden show.Is this a show where you can buy plants?...oh, keep me away from those :O
Don't get too excited about my tomatoes...now that I've posted about planting them...I have to show the harvest...groan!