MY Harvest

About two months ago, the Pres bought me a raised garden container from BJs for the deck.  Excited
about the prospects of growing something I could eat rather than just look at, I planted scallions, beets and potatoes.  

For weeks, they looked pitiful and in fact, I asked the Pres numerous times if they were going to make it.  

Well this past weekend...exactly 58 days since planting, I pulled three pretty big beets from the soil and clipped a ton of scallions.  Although, the potatoes aren't yet ready, I did plant more beet seeds and in the Fall, I'll plant spinach seed.

Scallions are delicious on anything, and with anything, including placing them in a zip-lock bag in the freezer!!

seeing, saying, and sharing...

MY HARVEST
with you




Comments

Ann said…
There's nothing quite like eating something you grew yourself.
Good for you! It sometimes takes a leap of faith!

Jane x
It's always a thrill to grow something you can eat. Tomatoes are my "drug of choice" *haha* and they're in a big container out in the yard. I don't like having to pull off the tomato worms in August tho. Ewww!! :-) Enjoy the fruits of your labors. Love, Andrea xoxo
I do miss the fresh scallions we grew when living in VA, lately the store ones have looked very disappointing and have been avoided. Kucky you, JP, to have a fresh supply.

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