That was fast!

So I planted the organic cilantro on April 15, right?

Look what I found today!

Sprouting!

Sprouting!

Yay!  After taking this picture, I decided I should show what else I have growing at the house.

Basil

Basil

That’s our overgrown basil that made it through the winter.

Non-organic cilantro

Parsley

Also our half-dead parsley that is slowly coming back to life.

Our new organic curly parsley

Our new organic curly parsley

You can’t see here, but I think the edges may have gotten a little frost-bitten earlier in the week.

Avocado

Avocado

This is our avocado plant.  Given where we live, it will never produce fruit, but the hubby really likes planting random seeds.

Mystery

Mystery

Case in point. K has planted so many different things in this pot, he has no idea what this could be. He’s narrowed it down to quenepas or lemon.  Sigh…

This weekend our plants are in for another shock. It’s gone from 36F degrees a few days ago to 85F degrees tomorrow.  Monday will be the hottest at 87F.  Our plants are so new, we’re hoping they can take the sudden change.  If there were older and had been planted awhile we wouldn’t worry so much. I don’t want my new strawberry plants to die!

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One Response

  1. <> Thanks for the tour of the plants you have growing closer to home.

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