Category Archives: garden

Gardening for Butterflies

Tweet Butterflies are one of the flying flowers that get my attention when I’m outside. I usually plant curly parsley for the caterpillars and Italian flat parsley for us to eat. This gives us a world of wonder as we watch creation in action.  Nothing better than hands on science. I do less gardening lately,…

Garden 2010 – Squash Edition

Tweet We started this squash as seedlings, from the local Garden Center.  They have taken off very rapidly and I’m so surprised that we will be cooking zucchini next week. Recipes I’m looking at: Gina’s Weight Watcher Recipes: Sauteed Baby Zucchini Ralonda’s Rambling’s: Parmesan Oven Fried Zucchini Journey of an Obsession: Baby Zucchini Tempura Which…

Peek-a-Boo Its Basil!

Tweet Last week, as I was coming in the front door, where I transplanted the Rosemary and Chives, I noticed some new Basil coming up. Thai, on the left, Genevieve/Sweet, on the right. Again, it has planted itself. This is why I garden.. miracles never cease to amaze me! Notice, also, how evenly distributed they…

Herbs a plenty..

Tweet Confession: I would rather grow something we can eat, even if we don’t eat it. Other than putting a sprig into a stew or under the skin of a whole bird.. I’m not quite sure what to do with Rosemary. The Thai Basil smells spicier than the Sweet Basil and I don’t know how…

Category Archives: garden

Gardening for Butterflies

Tweet Butterflies are one of the flying flowers that get my attention when I’m outside. I usually plant curly parsley for the caterpillars and Italian flat parsley for us to eat. This gives us a world of wonder as we watch creation in action.  Nothing better than hands on science. I do less gardening lately,…

Garden 2010 – Squash Edition

Tweet We started this squash as seedlings, from the local Garden Center.  They have taken off very rapidly and I’m so surprised that we will be cooking zucchini next week. Recipes I’m looking at: Gina’s Weight Watcher Recipes: Sauteed Baby Zucchini Ralonda’s Rambling’s: Parmesan Oven Fried Zucchini Journey of an Obsession: Baby Zucchini Tempura Which…

Peek-a-Boo Its Basil!

Tweet Last week, as I was coming in the front door, where I transplanted the Rosemary and Chives, I noticed some new Basil coming up. Thai, on the left, Genevieve/Sweet, on the right. Again, it has planted itself. This is why I garden.. miracles never cease to amaze me! Notice, also, how evenly distributed they…

Herbs a plenty..

Tweet Confession: I would rather grow something we can eat, even if we don’t eat it. Other than putting a sprig into a stew or under the skin of a whole bird.. I’m not quite sure what to do with Rosemary. The Thai Basil smells spicier than the Sweet Basil and I don’t know how…

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