Tuesday, November 21

Daily Farm Photo: 11/21/06

Lemon Thyme & Swiss Chard Are Thriving In The Greenhouse

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  1. Mmmmm...I just want to stick my nose in it and inhale.

  2. This picture makes me think of a warm summer's day instead of the cool Fall day it was. Love your web site.

  3. Fg,

    I checked out the Farmgirl Fare Store and see you have the (original) "Moulin Rouge" dvd on your Wish List! It's one of my all time favorites. I think the death scene ending is one of the greatest on film!

  4. Hi Daisy,
    That lemon thyme does smell divine.

    Hi SlowTypinWoman,
    Playing tricks on the weather--that's what a greenhouse is all about. You can sit in there in the middle of winter and happily soak up the sun (while dreaming about freshly picked, vine-ripened heirloom tomatoes of course). : )

    Hi SRHCB,
    Um, actually what Amazon puts up in the sidebar when you're at my store are items on your wish list. : )

    Thanks so much for stopping by the store. The Amazon.com Astore capabilities have greatly expanded, and I just created several new categories in mine today (which I'll be adding to in the near future), including my favorite movies and books. And now I have a new (old) movie to investigate, too.

  5. Dear Santa,
    I have been really good all year and I would like a greenhouse for Christmas just like the one farmgirl has! Could you please make sure it comes with thyme and chard. Thank you.
    From, Barb

  6. RE: "what Amazon puts up in the sidebar when you're at my store are items on your wish list."

    Amazing! I didn't recognize the other two items, but if Amazon says I wish for them, who am I to argue?

    SB (does highly recommend Moulin Rouge though)

  7. Oh wow, lemon thyme all winter? Can you grow Genovese Basil as well?


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