tomatoers. imagine these are the cuttings that alex's mom gave me in a mushroom container!
haven't had a harvest yet, but i get two or three tomatoes a week. got to pick them before the racoons!
i got into gardening and horticulture last year when i got to grow and harvest a
plant. from seedling to full size plant.
And then i was hooked.
A little water, some sunlight, dirt, and poof! fruit.
i saw god in the process. it was too amazing to me.
so i started planting the seeds from the foods i was eating. i eat all of vegetables, i love vegetables, so naturally vegetables are the things i'm interested in growing. i love herbs too. there is nothing like a fresh cut arugala, basil, mint, romaine lettuce salad with tomatos and a twist of lime. Throw on a chili and some sesame/shoyu/rice vinegar and you are set for lunch, my friend.
a gardening guru i know once told me to plant a lot of lettuces, because you can eat for days!
|red cabbage, chives, romaine lettuce and cosmic purple carrots|
MONETA NURSEY IS THE BOMB.
really quality (and affortable) starter plants if want to get a head start on the more heartier veggies.
now my garden is crowded, but promising.
|a seed bomb experiment|
but this ones for the birds!
just a coat of honey and more bird seed.
|young agave plant, I hope it continues to grow.|
thanks a xtine & u joe.
|this is my pop's garden.|
he calls it 'his ten-year project'.
the yellow maple in the middle is my favorite tree.
|green onions that I used and then stuck in water. I think green onions like dirt better. Never ending source of green onions.|
|the minty is more healthy in its new spot. mint likes shady, moist spots with good amounts of sunlight.|
|plumeria and the tangerines|
give me your answer due
over the love of you
it won't be a stylish marriage
i can't afford a carriage
but you'll look sweet upon a seat
of a bicycle built for two!
Hope you start a garden too.