Wednesday, June 15, 2016

SO IT BEGINS ....


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  1. I bet you're going to plant something food related! Veggies? Herbs?

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    1. Yeppers, Debra. I'm going with mostly herbs for these and on the side of the trailer, we'll do veggies. Then out back, back, flowers. But if I have to put a few veggies in these pots, that's okay too.

      Thanks for stopping by :)

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  2. Good luck with your planting. Nothing tastes better than food you've grown yourself. I'm already harvesting rhubarb in our garden. We've got runner and broad beans to follow, courgettes and tomatoes in the summer with blackberries and Jerusalem artichokes in the autumn.

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    1. Oh ... I always wanted to taste Jerusalem artichokes. Very cool.

      Great to see, you, Alan :)

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  3. fun time of year, and happy watering!

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  4. Yay! It's better than Christmas.

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    1. My brain is finally free to get these projects, DONE !!!!

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  5. An exciting start. The area beyond your balcony looks intriguing and very green.

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    1. It's really nice back there. The guy across the trailer park owns it, but he lets us use it. Really sweet guy.

      I was thinking of you the other day when I was walking up and down the hill to water seeds. Reminded me of when you and your honey bunny had to walk the baby plants in and out of the house, during the cold nights.

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    2. Haha! Yes, the baby plants are all grown up now and all of them have even ventured outside into the ground (except for the tomatoes).

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  6. Planting season is upon you.

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  7. Woo Hoo! Just finished all of mine the other day, unfortunately no veggies, too much shade in the yard. Good luck and have fun!

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    1. Did you plant flowers? Herbs? Both?

      Happy Almost Summer :)

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  8. We grow a few herbs, that's all these days. Only a balcony.

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    1. Very nice, Jo.

      What herb do you enjoy growing/using the most?

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    2. Basil first and probably sage second.

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    3. Yum. I love those as well as parsley and cilantro/coriander.

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  9. Lots of hard work ahead. Rewarding hard work.
    Our basil has been killed by the frost but the other herbs are thriving.

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    1. Sorry your basil got killed but glad the rest are thriving.

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  10. Happy planting out.
    I know flowers look great but you can't beat home grown veggies and herbs.

    Happy Watering!

    All the best Jan

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    1. Hi Jan - We seeded flowers out back. Very pretty. But these are for herbs, mostly. Some veggies, but mostly herbs.

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    1. Do you grow herbs? I've not in awhile, so I'm excited to get back at it.

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  12. Fun times over at your place! You MUST share photos after you get all the goodies planted. I insist! :)

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  13. Love to see planters full of herbs, it's great just nipping out side and picking what you need, how fresh can it be :-)

    Ian

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