Sunday, May 23, 2010

sneak a peak

baby cherries

rhubarb (the earliest spring "fruit" around these parts) and music garlic and way in the back some volunteer weed potatoes that will be left until we need the bed and then eaten.

various salad greens, ready to eat

pea bed

baby plants (these are peppers)

medium plants

seeds (in this case broccoli)


Mr. H. said...

Your peas are growing like crazy! Ours are trying but sure don't look like that, I can't wait...soon.

Alecto said...

I just realize I have NO idea where I planted my peas which probably went in on Saturday morning on my walk about and I guess I'll find out soon enough.

clairesgarden said...

volunteer potatoes are good and generous things, I had a few good meals off some last year. outside plants not doing much yet, the greenhouse is good, hope our weather holds warm for long enought to get used to it.

Mickle in NZ said...

Great looking pea plants. I have some broccoli and romanesco (looks like a weird cauliflower with multiple spiral flower heads all packed together) plants ticking along as winter here is nothing as cold as yours.

Here the soon to be here winter is very damp with high humidity even in the southerly blasts straight from the Antarctic. I'm so enjoying watching the brassicas and spinach grow.

Hope it all goes well for you and new Cow on the "cow front" - both your cows are lovely looking girls. Enough raving from me - your new veggies look really good!

Michelle/Mickle down in Wellington, New Zealand