Oh my gosh, I knew it was warm there but PEPPERS? You rock, girlfriend, they are beautiful!
Erin, I was thinking of you when I snapped that picture. Your jalapeno harvests are legendary around here. ;)
Poll in our paper recently - can we keep chickens in our yard. Thought about you :-)
Froggy, we had good news last week, city commissioners here will now allow us to keep up to 4 hens.
Ooh, pretty, pretty garden stuff! And gorgeous Jiggs! I love your garden and your lovely dogs.
ThreeC, I luv my big ole poodles. :)
Beautiful garden, beautiful doggies, so glad your holidays were good! My Christmas went well for the children, and New Year's was quiet which suited me.Happy New Year to you and yours.
gettin jiggy with it!! What was that purple cluster thing? a lilac? too hot for kale? it snowed here last night. the parsley is still thriving but thats all. Happy New Year!
MS, Happy New Year to you and The Sweeties!Chickory, that's Graffiti Cauliflower. They were the first ones to bolt from the heat. :(
OH! you are torturing me! :-) I would only be able to post pictures of moss and evergreens. That dog of yours is so very handsome and Happy New Year to you and your family! I wish you all nothing but good health and happiness for 2012.
Everyone should be allowed to have hens. Roosters are just for us country folk. Love, love your Good Garden:)
Sigh...I'm ready to get outside and garden...it will be at least 10 more weeks or more yet.Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com
I still have peppers on my datil plant, but he's sitting inside the dining room right now due to the cold temps outside!Great pics as always.Loving the new camera?
HAPPY NEW YEAR!! It's January in the Midwest and 60 degrees??? Yeahhh. Here's looking forward to a happy and healthy 2012. With puppies.
There's my Shamy! Missed you girl. xoxoFC, the new camera ROCKS!!!
Boxer, Happy New Year to you too! I love the newest addition to your family. :)Granny, I agree!Linda, ugh. 10 weeks is a long time...((hugs))
beautiful pictures!! I'm a little behind on the broccoli and kale. Mine are just starting to show their little sprouts.You have a beautiful site here.Mikkihttp://ourfloridabungalow.blogspot.com/
So gorgeous. Thanks for capturing the beauty in everyday things most of us don't stop to notice.
Peppers oh the peppers!!!!!! We need to get together and can salsa!
SPP, sounds great girlfriend!
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