Monday, March 18, 2013

Growing, growing, growing

A few warm days over the last week helped everything take off around the farm.  A little taste of what's growing in the greenhouse and in the field...

The first tulip blushed in yesterday's rain.

And today's sunshine reminded me why I stuck with Banja Lukes despite a disappointing crop last year.

Sugar snap peas,

spring kale,

red and green leaf lettuce,

a second round of spinach in the tunnel waiting to go into the field,

three crooked beds of broccoli,

and sweet candy onions.

A few of my favorites in the greenhouse...tomato seedlings,

molucella laevis, what?? (bells of ireland),

antirrhinum majus (snapdragon), 

and my favorite seedlings this year...any guess on this one?


  1. Your picture of antirrhinum majus (snapdragon), are you shure? I have exactly the same seedling, trying to find out what it is. Collected in a German garden in Duesseldorf with mainly white flowers.

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