Sunday, March 20, 2011

Sunday Farm Photo: Spring Has Sprung!

Overwintered Swiss chard in the greenhouse sprouting back to life.

I love this easy to grow, amazingly versatile vegetable:

Happy happy, grow grow. You can see more of what's been sprouting up for spring on my latest kitchen garden blog post.
© FarmgirlFare.com, where a thunderstorm last night and 80 sunshiney degrees today created the kind of spring afternoon where if you slowed down long enough, you could almost see everything growing. I can't believe it's already the end of March!

6 comments:

  1. You are just showing off to us poor northerners that still see piles of snow in the fence lines
    I am envious - enjoy

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  2. That looks great. It's so nice to see things growing again.

    I was digging in the garden yesterday and found a patch of celery that I didn't even remember I'd planted! x

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  3. It's pretty. We grew it once, but I'm still on the fence about the taste.

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  4. I am so envious!! Looks great, and I'm betting tastes even better!

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  5. We will have to try it next season! We are in Arizona, so I'm striving to educate myself on the "year-round" growing season. I'm very excited to see our cantaloupe sprouting out of the ground as I write! Happy gardening!

    www.dumbesticallyme.blogspot.com

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  6. So pretty!! Ok susan, what should I start growing outside in NY? I usually buy tomatoes after Mother's day but would love to start growing some stuff now. Help!

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