Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Wordless Wednesday ~ Pretty Things











13 comments:

Darla said...

Yesmam, very pretty indeed.

chickory said...

loving the peas

Buzz Kill said...

Is the 4th one down Basil? It looks nice and healthy. All of mine just died the other day. I will miss it.

Dani said...

Thanks Darla. Everything is finally starting to perk back up from the heat.

Chickory, are you doing a fall garden?

Buzz, yep, a bumper crop this season. I think I'll make some yummy pesto with them.

Sorry to hear about yours. Did the cooler weather get it?

moi said...

OMG, that last photo? Looks like something out of a science fiction movie! What is that? And, dang it, where was I for the embroidery give-a-way?

Big Shamu said...

I think Son of Old Faithful is going to feel right at home. You might sprinkle some ice shavings over him in December, just for old times sake.

Dani said...

I swear Shamy it's not safe to read your comments while I'm eating!
Hopefully he doesn't go into shock from the temp. change.

Welcome to Florida baby! ;)

Moi, that alien being would be kohlrabi. They're good eats nicely steamed with a little bit of butter or olive oil.

Next giveaway, I'll let run a couple weeks to give everyone a chance. :) Right now, I'm slaving over the sewing machine making market bags. So there might be one of those up for grabs.

Buzz Kill said...

Yeah, we had a frost and I didn't get the Basil in the house (it was potted). I think I saved the Rosemary and Thyme though.

Anonymous said...

Everything looks so good. We are in our brown season right now. Ugh!
I can hardly wait until I get the deluge of the Feed and Seed catalogs right after Christmas. Then, the Drama! begins as I try to sort thru everything. I thnk I need a life. Love you, talk soon
Mom

Floridacracker said...

Is that first pic some variety of gaillardia?

Dani said...

Buzz, I bet it smells nice having them in the house.

Mom, seed catalogs are the highlight of winter!
Love yah too.

FC, they're a Mardi Gras Coreopsis. Just let me know if you'd like some seeds. :)

lisaschaos said...

So bright and beautiful! I love how it's always green where you are!

Making Space said...

Oy, I totally missed this post. Your basil is insanely gorgeous. Makes me want to grow some again.