Saturday, April 08, 2006

What's Growin' On: 4/8/06

Potted Mint In The Greenhouse

Coming up:
From Garden To Table (what I've been eating from the garden), Harvest For The Henhouse (sometimes it seems like my crazy hens eat better than I do), miscellaneous garden notes, and something new: Need To. . . (looks like the first installment is going to be quite a list). So check back later today if you're interested.

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Update: Despite spending a huge amount of time dealing with an unexpected and irritating distraction today, I did manage to get some work done in the garden. But now it's very late, and although the chickens enjoyed a freshly harvested supper, I have yet to eat anything myself, so it looks like all the news won't be sprouting until tomorrow.

1 comment:

  1. Such pretty mint. When I was a little girl, my next door neighbor and I would pick the wild mint that grew alonside our houses and make "perfume" with them, which we would then allow to "ferment" in platic cups outside, before putting it in pretty bottles and giving it to our moms for mothers day....that's what mint always makes me think of =)


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