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?

2 comments:

  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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