Saturday, April 22, 2017

A Garden Day

Worked in the garden this morning putting in more plants, it looks so pretty.  Put in 2 Lobelias, a mixed lot of Celosia, a yellow, dwarf Tick Seed and Mac planted another Carnation for me.
Our Sugar Snap peas are ready and we'll have them tomorrow.  And WOW, the potatoes have out done themselves this year.
Red and Yukon Gold Potatoes

Dwarf Tick Seed

Celosia

Carnation

Sugar Snap Peas


Lobellia


16 comments:

  1. Oh My Goodness, potatoes already ? They look wonderful.

    cheers, parsnip

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  2. OMG, Potatoes! Mmmm peas!
    You have some very pretty flowers. :-)

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  3. You are so ahead of us. Frosts are predicted next week and I'm worried my early veggie plants will be 'got'. Love the dwarf tick seed. That's a new one on me. B x

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  4. That sounds so good! Peas and potatoes, fresh from the garden. Those potatoes are perfect!

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  5. You have what you need for cream peas and new potatoes. yum! your flowers are pretty and looking forward to seeing them grow.

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  6. Wow, already goodies from your garden! I hope you're having a fabulous day. Pat xx

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  7. Wow, those potatoes look amazing, what a great start.

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  8. Love the annuals..I also planted potato.. love the basket full of potato... garden harvest always makes me happy..

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  9. Carnations are one of my favourite flowers. I like the look of those potatoes.... enjoy!

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  10. Wow, I can't believe you've got potatoes already, I'm very envious. I love that first taste of the season. Enjoy.

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  11. You can get lobelia to grow in the ground, LUCKY YOU!
    It is the POTATOES that you have grown that I look at with great longing...my Dad has always grown potatoes in his garden and there is nothing like the taste of them, they are wonderful!

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  12. I'm excited about working outside today. It's supposed to be nice out and I'm in great need of some sunshine. I like the carnation the best, and the sugar snap peas! YUM! The potatoes look great too. Such a variety. I wonder if you could grow a lilac inside, in a pot, as an annual. I do that all the time with tropicals. I live in a climate that is freezing or cold four to six months of the year. Sometimes longer. I put the tropicals outside in the summer and bring them inside for the winter. Just a thought since it's your favorite.

    Cindy

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  13. Hi there! Now I'm coming to check out your blog! I am amazed that you have vegetables ready in your garden, but you are quite a bit more south than I am! The carnation is lovely. -Jenn

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  14. They certainly all look good - potatoes and flowers.

    All the best Jan

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  15. I'm jealous of all the good stuff in your garden. Of course, I'm not jealous of all the work you need to put in to get all the good stuff. So there.

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