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

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Growing At The Farm

Gelbvieh cattle
snow peas
wild lettuce
garden lettuce
sweet peas
Ki-Anne
wild strawberry eaters
and roses...
just to mention a few.

16 comments:

Country Gal said...

Beautiful photos.
They grow fast though.
Have a great day

EmptyNester said...

Beautiful photos that brought a smile to my face!

Nezzy said...

Ya'll are growin' some good stuff there at the farm but my favorite is your little 'wild strawberry eater'!!! Just precious....

Have a beautiful day my sweet friend! :o)

ellen abbott said...

how many strawberry plants do you have in your garden to get that many berries! I have 15 (one died) and am only getting a couple a day. although there should be four or five today.

Dreaming said...

What beautiful flowers. I love the snow pea blossom. Oh, and the 'wild strawberry eater'! I used to take my boys to the strawberry farm to pick berries. I asked the owner if he wanted to weigh the boys before and after picking!

Rudee said...

You're surrounded by abundant beauty. I love your little wild strawberry eater.

Marie Anne said...

Love it all. What pretty flower on the snow peas. I've grown them, but don't remember colorful flowers like that, just the white or cream colored.

Sue said...

I've never seen those snow peas. What a beautiful flower.

And all your other photos are great, too! (Good job, Marcy!)

=)

LindaG said...

♥ :)

Hope said...

I learned something new thanks to you. we planted peas last year and we had two plants with the same coloring as the snow peas you pictured here. We didn't know why they were different from what we planted. some stray snow peas made their way into our package, I guess that happens.

wonderful post! thank you

DesertHen said...

Oh my, Ki has grown a bit! Those snow peas are gorgeous!!

Jules said...

Loved the snow peas and of course.. the strawberry eater :)
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

Pat said...

Snow peas and sweat peas - two flowers I haven't seen before!

Everything's growing on the farm! Thankfully I'M not there....I'm big enough!

Nora said...

I would help the wild strawberry eater pick them and eat them if he would let me. I hope they are sweet enough.

carolina nana said...

I love spring it truly is a season of new beginnings. Great post.
Blessings
marilyn

allhorsestuff said...

Very awesome assortment of photos...love the wild Strawberry eater and the cool Snow pea...neat color!

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