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Monday, June 8, 2009

Potential! This garden has potential!

A few weeks ago, my garden was just a deep brown color, waiting for seeds and seedlings. Now it has little hints of green here and there.

Peas and beans! The peas already look healthier than they did a year ago.

Cauliflower and (maybe) broccoli emerge, seeking sun and water.

I'm still not sure if I bought broccoli or cauliflower. Maybe they're cross pollinate and I'll get brocco-flower. Cauli-coli?

But the bunny food section? I must get those maple tree seeds out of this area.
It's a lettuce bed, not a helicopter pad!


Emily said...

Ohhhh, I want a garden!!!