Friday, June 22, 2007

I'm self-sufficient!

Look at the bounty my garden has produced for me!

AND dream of all 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)


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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