Friday, June 22, 2007

I'm self-sufficient!

Look at the bounty my garden has produced for me!


AND dream of all dreams...my lemon tree has finally produced a grape sized bud that will turn in to an actualy LEMON! i'm stoked.

okay off to work then to celebrate the summer solstice..(i'll use any excuse)

11 Comments:

Blogger fatwonkkid said...

Damn you Californians and your early start and long growing season!!! (pumping my fist at monitor)

7:40 AM  
Blogger Vanessa said...

the zucchini looks great!

ahhh summer -- I'm looking forward to tomatoes being in season

1:25 PM  
Blogger doggybloggy said...

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6:38 AM  
Blogger Carrieā„¢ said...

Yes! Damn you in California! I'm not even sure if gardens here have much of anything sprouting yet. We've just started strawberry season so I'll be turning a nice shade of pink very soon from all the berries I consume. And you have a lemon tree? How exotic!

9:28 AM  
Blogger buffalodickdy said...

I'm glad somebody like to garden- it gives me something to cook!

6:37 AM  
Blogger StefanMD said...

looks yummy! I can't wait to see the dish prepared from your bounty!

6:29 PM  
Blogger Shananigans said...

Very nice! I remember how dazzling and wonderful all the citrus fruit and avocados at the farmers markets seemed when I first moved to SoCal. I miss it some, but I am too busy enjoying my fabulous Wisconsin micro-brew to be too sore about it. Love you summer.

8:47 AM  
Blogger pinknest said...

i have to give you or post this awesome lemon cake recipe i have that's intensely lemony. but it calls for more than lemon buds.

3:27 PM  
Blogger KleoPatra said...

You star gardener you. My lemon tree in my parents' yard yielded one lemon last year and none this year. What're ya gonna do w/that zucchini, TK, pray tell!?!?! Way to grow, i mean way to go. No... i DO mean way to grow!!

11:33 PM  
Blogger urban vegan said...

you know what they say--size doesn't matter.

7:24 PM  
Blogger tabitha jane said...

i didn't even celebrate the solstice.

and my tomatoe plants are just now starting to have flowers. and the peas are flowering. but that's all.

i guess that's what i get from starting from seeds. and living in oregon. things go a bit slower here.

we'll see if they are ready by the time i have to leave the state.

9:14 AM  

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