A repost from last week with more photos… because I’m just loving these sunflowers!
Back in October I planted 40 cloves of garlic. I’ve never planted garlic before so these last 9 months have seemed like an eternity. It requires a lot of faith to plant garlic. You put a single clove in, wait several months, and then expect to pull out a whole head of garlic… it’s really… Continue reading Garlic
Last year, I grew one sage plant from seed. All summer and winter it stayed tiny and with each new day I feared the end of my sage had come. But it made it. It survived the hot, desert summer. It survived the colder-than-normal winter. And this spring… it has just exploded! I’ve made sage-and-gruyere-stuffed… Continue reading Sage
Last year’s parsley has flowered. It’s covered in ladybugs and other great insects. I love how it looks at the edge of the bedding so I’ve already planted another dozen parsley seedlings this spring.
I’m not one to want a bouquet of roses for a special occasion. But I do love a bouquet of my homegrown roses. They are in full bloom right now and all of my hard work in pruning has paid off. The red ones smell so beautiful!
Who are having a grand old time eating my pepper seedlings
Served two ways.