Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Green Thumbs

                      Our teeny, tiny garden
     Green Beans
... More beans
                            Look like weeds... but they're jalapeno peppers!
Onions

Here's our little garden. We're very excited about it, since we haven't grown anything in a few years. We're hoping for our tomatoes to grow, too, though we're not sure if they'll work. I love homegrown veggies! Aren't they pretty?

8 comments:

Joe said...

I thought they were just peppers, oh well, we will see.

James and Chelsea said...

It is fun to see how you are doing! I'm glad you found our blog!!! Looks like you've got a little garden going. I'm still waiting for the cold to go away.

D said...

Still reminiscing about yesteryears, I was brought to one occasion in which I asked you for a strand of your hair as you were practicing the flute with my sister. After a bit of valiant courage and skillful entrapment, Ed and I returned your hair to you with a mighty beast leashed on the end - a gift fit for kings....

It was one of my proudest moments, catching that fly.

Bethany said...

Dave, you're such a goober! :)

Trent and Brooke Warner said...

way to go! we (my husband & his dad) just planted our garden... it has been so cold we haven't been able to until now! Good luck with your harvest!

MOORE FAMILY said...

Dave you are such a creative guy! Using a piece of Hair to catch a fly. So guess what game I was playing sunday night and I thought of the good old times we had playing it for hours. If you haven't guessed yet it was Risk! Good times

MOORE FAMILY said...

Beth awesome garden. I am suppose to plant one this week so probable saturday. It is our ward challenge for this week. Good luck and I hope lots of yummy food comes out of your garden.

Grammy said...

That looks like our garden spot. We are actually enjoye cherry tomatoes right now. We have green beans that are blooming, and a couple of little squash growing too. That is all we planted. We seem to have the "black thumb of death" when it comes to growing anything.