Monday, March 9, 2009

Black Iron And Lettuce In The Garden





6 comments:

Miss Riya said...

I know that gardening is sometimes back breaking work, but it is so rewarding. At the end of the day you have something to eat....technically I do too, but term papers aren't as tasty! ;-D

tipper said...

Just amazing pics!! Love the gloves! I actually got to plant a few things in my garden yesterday-spring is slowly coming-but it is coming!!

Tiffany said...

I've got a black iron tree shaped thingy in our front beds. I need to figure out what to do with it. Right now it just sits in the corner looking lonely. I think its supposed to have ivy wrapped on it or something.

P.S. What are those little green pumpkin looking doohickies in the third picture?

Idaho Jackie said...

I am green...with envy! :) We just got 20 inches of fresh snow this week. So ready for Spring so I can plant and quit buying more seeds. I won't be able to plant outside until the middle of May but will take advantage of our greenhouse in April. Keep up the beautiful pics...they help ease the pain.:)

Kristi said...

Hey Tiff, Those little doohickies are onion buds. When they open it will be a globe of tiny white blossoms. Very beautiful too.

Egghead said...

That lettuce is beautiful. Love the glove photo.