Ah I can just taste it through the photo. I can't wait for spring to get here.
Pretty, isn't it?
Wow, this is great . . . I think you must be . . . the first harvester of the year :)Here's to fresh and healthy eating.Your blogging sister, Connie :)
Connie, don't forget the sweet peppers I picked in January! The pepper plant is blooming like crazy again :-)
Such pretty lettuce leaves. It looks like they are firming up a bit as well.
Yes, the leaves are much crisper this picking. Even my youngest son, who hates leaf lettuce, remarked on how crisp it was (before he went on to devour half of it). I cut it back pretty severely though, so I hope it grows again. It's been back on the windowsill all week, since it's back to cold and cloudy, so it was beginning to look a bit spindly.
Yay! Dang why didn't I think of planting some lettuce inside. I must have missed your earlier post. Shame on me, ha. I wonder if it's too late? I have seeds, I have dirt...
1st. Man....GO FORTH AND PLANT!
So it is written, so it shall be. :-) I'm already getting seeds out and I'm looking for an appropriate planting container now.
Blessings, my child.
LOL I'm laughing at 1st man. Looking good Granny!
Thanks, Barbie. I love 1st. Man, he's just a fun and funny guy, with a great big heart and more talent in his little finger than I have in my entire body! I want him to be my interior (and exterior) decorator!
Beautiful lettuce! I can't believe it was grown in a windowsill. Happy gardening.
It was started under lights, then we got a week or so of nice weather so it spent the days outside, but now it just resides on the windowsill and seems quite happy there. I wish I had grown 2 containers, but I wasn't expecting it to be so successful!
Oh, that lettuce is so pretty and looks so yummy! Lucky you! Nancy
Nancy, those who ate it said it was delicious. I didn't get any!