Monday, February 2, 2009

Lazy Weekend

Jewel Nasturtium

Purple Kohlrabi

It's so nice having a lazy weekend at home. Cooking good food, watching migrant flocks of birds flying in off the Gulf, and tending to the beautiful garden. Yes, is good.

I love this mix of Kale and Kohlrabi.

I didn't know broccoli grew so big!


Unknown said...

Lazy weekends are good!

Susan said...

Your veggies look so healthy and yummy. My favorite weekends are of the lazy variety!

Dani said...

Darla, it's just a shame they don't last longer.

Susan, the cabbage and kale were very yummy in dinner last night.

Anonymous said...

they all look beautiful. we grew some broccoli and thought it was cabbage fora while -then it was like "whats this in the middle?" yeah we've got farmin' in our blood! hahaha.

one of my favorite paintings i did for the botanical gardens here in atlanta was the fall edible garden panel. all those colorful squashes and gourds and - cabbage!!!!

fishy said...

I wandered over here from Chickory. Beautiful photographs! Nice of you to show the blessings of your garden as art.

Unknown said...

You do have a wonderful winter there! :)

Aunty Belle said...

Oh! I'se so jealous Sugar Pie==yore garden looks lovely and productive--we'uns have cold damage--lost the tomatoes, though I will say, they gave us much good fruit past the time one would think they should....but looky at what youse got growin'!!

A'tween you and Meems, I 'se so inspired to add more fruit and vegetables to my garden.

Hope ya have plenty more lazy weekends.

Dani said...

Chickory, that's happened to us a few times. :)

Thanks Fishy! Stop in anytime.

Aunty, hopefully, we'll do okay with the cold that's coming the middle of the week.

Dani said...

Lisa, we love the winter! It's the good part after suffering through the summer.