a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Saturday, May 15, 2010

A Glimpse of What's Growing

Need I label these red, bites of juicy delight?

I have no idea!

Blueberries,

Snow peas

Would you call this net scape?

Princess, of course, since she is always eating.
Asparagus, radishes, greens and onions, oh, my!
Egyptian walking onions have always been a part of the farm.
We just call them Daddy's onions.
They replant themselves.

9 comments:

Pyatshaw said...

Yummy!Things here are quite a bit behind you as we've had no heat. Did see some Scottish strawberries in a shop this week. Now where have these had enough heat to grow full size and redden?

ellen abbott said...

Looks yummy. I am very disappointed in my strawberries. Perhaps I put them in too late but I have only gotten a small hand full of small fruits. Our peas are done. Finally got my first zucchini. Been having trouble with blossom end rot on the first two waves of fruit. Picked a dozen or so banana peppers and got our first ripe cherry tomato. Green beans are putting on and bell peppers too. Need to expand the garden this fall.

Journaling Woman said...

YUM strawberries and blueberries. How many times have I told you that yellow cats are my favorite. Are you growing them in your garden now?

Bernie said...

I came back again and I still could not find out what you had in the first place, but nevermind I am just glad you are improving.

These fruits and veggies look wonderful.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Amazing array of produce and critters you've got around there, Gail. We've still got nothing growing here...except grass and leaves finally. Yesterday it was so cold that I had the fireplace on. lol!

I love asparagus! And those walking onions are cool....my kind of plant...no fuss, no muss and they work for you! hehe!


~Lisa

Nola @ the Alamo said...

Oh, I have Egyptian walking onions, too. I love them, although some people consider them a pest. That's the kind of plant I love, one that is plentiful, takes care of itself, and reproduces easily.

Pat said...

Walking Egyptian Onions? Why I never! Is that where the saying came from? "Walk like an Egyptian" Hmmmm?

Looks like you already have a bountiful feast and it's still only Spring! Wow!

Nezzy said...

MMMmmmm, we had a big batch of strawberry shortcake a couple nights ago. The onion thing, is that what we call wild onions 'round these parts?

Have a great on sweetie!!!

Holistic Horse Care said...

Looks great!

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