Thursday, March 12, 2009

Yummy in the Tummy

Basil

Sunset Lettuce

Nasturtium

Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach

Strawberries


14 comments:

Darla said...

Yummy is right! They all look so happy and healthy. The grasses I purchased at a Nursery, Lowe's usually has interesting grasses though, maybe Home Depot too.

Floridacracker said...

Way to go Dani!

Dani said...

Darla, I'll check over the weekend to see what they have. Maybe I'll get lucky, and they'll have some more grape plants in stock too.

FC, it feels good knowing where our food comes from. :)

threecollie said...

Your garden goodies just make me catch my breath and sigh. Lovely!

Dani said...

Threecollie, before long, I'll be saying the same to you. :)

chickory said...

how lovely! boy that red lettuce looks good.

ChrisC and JonJ said...

Yummy is right!Everyhting looks delish.when
s dinner?

lisaschaos said...

I looks like you're in the middle of summer. :) We can't even begin planting up here until May. :)

fishy said...

Bring on the Dani salad ... looks scrumptuous!

Dani said...

Chickory, isn't it pretty? The nice people over at rare seeds threw it in as a freebie with my seed order.

C&J, I wish I could say I whipped up something wonderful, but instead I ordered pizza. :)

Lisa, it's so neat that we have the best gardening times when every one else is battling snow and ice.

Fishy, my tomatoes need to hurry up! Then the salad would be perfect.

Meems said...

Looks all yummy to me! I've planted my first nasturtiums in the vegetable garden this spring. Can't wait to see if they flower... the leaves have just started popping out.
Meems @ Hoe and Shovel

Dani said...

Meems, they're one of my favorite plants for the garden!

kim said...

Your pictures make me wish spring would hurry up! We had 3 inches of snow 2 weeks ago and then a weekend of 70 degrees, madness!

Dani said...

Kim, that would drive me crazy!