Saturday, March 24, 2012

Vegetable Garden Update

The other day, I stepped out into my vegetable garden to get a close up look at how my veggies are ripening.


It may be hard to tell what is what because at first sight, it looks like a sea of green.

In the back I have cauliflower and carrots growing among the nasturtiums.  Toward the front, I have green onions, green leaf lettuce, spinach, parsley and oregano.


The front part of the garden is full of San Marzano tomatoes, pink-flowering Oxalis (not a veggie), garlic and nasturtiums, which are spilling out of the garden.
 

Lastly, the side garden has shallots, sugar snap peas and a single cauliflower.

I love this time of year when there is so much going on in the garden, don't you?


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I would like to thank you all for your supportive comments concerning the flooding of our house.  

We currently have 30 high power fans and 2 large de-humidifiers working in our house.  Unfortunately, that makes the air very warm - 90 degrees inside.

My kitchen is non-functional while appliances are pulled away from the walls, so we are eating out quite a bit (which really isn't all that bad ;-)

The interior walls, furniture and carpet were destroyed.  Thankfully, the insurance company has been very helpful.

I hope you all have a great weekend!
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7 comments:

FlowerLady said...

Noelle ~ Your veggie garden looks great!

Glad to hear the ins. co. is working with you and that things are moving along.

Give your daughter a hug from me. I hope she's feeling better after this episode in her life. Stuff happens to all of us.

Enjoy your time off from cooking. :-)

FlowerLady

Bangchik and Kakdah said...

Lovely display of healthy growing plants.... a mixture of everything! I love it.

Liza said...

Flooded homes are no fun!

Your garden is gorgeous. I can't wait to get mine started.

Katrina Blanchalle said...

It's just amazing to see your garden flourishing after just checking on mine, where hardly anything has come up yet. I always plant too early or too late!

my suburban homestead said...

Oh! I cannot wait until the soil warms up! I'm so jealous.

Candy "Sweetstuff" said...

Your garden is so beautiful and fruitful! What a great job you all did. I am so sorry to hear about the water. That can be so awful but sounds like things are going as well as can be expected. I hope the insurance covers all the damage for you.

Andre said...

Nice garden.
Beautiful looking plants.
Can't wait to start mine.

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