Petunia is the garter snake that moved into our vegetable garden in its early days. This space shares the ever-evolving garden along with some excursions beyond the fence.
How nice to see green because last night we were hit with one last snow storm!! I hope it's the last or I am heading back to the sunshine state!Thank you for commenting on my 1 year blog post and good luck in my draw!Here's to happy gardening for another season! hugs NG
That's a great photo! RYC: As I recall parsnips look quite a bit like Queen Ann's Lace. And then you get a lot of parsnip seeds!
Spring has sprung!
Lovely photo. To think how much 'plant' you get from one tiny tomato seed is indeed a miracle. I'm looking forward to seeing to seeing what you tried..?
What a brave little tomato seedling you've got. I hope mine won't let me wait all that long either.
I'm staying tuned to see how this tomato seedling has inspired you...
Sungold are a lovely tomato and this little fellow looks like he will give you a lovely crop later in the year.
I grew sungold tomatoes for the first time last year and they where so delicious!!!
Mmmm Sungolds! Best tomato ever. Your seedlings look like they are getting a great headstart.
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