Thursday, March 10, 2011

Blog Guelph: red!


, originally uploaded by Jay Morrison.

This morning I wanted to see red, and you know the rule, right? If you see red - shoot it! I'm pretty sure I've said this before, and linked to the group on flickr, but here I go again, repeating myself.

I've started some seeds for the garden, and I'm excited to try some new stuff. Last Fall I managed to get a grab bag from cubits discounted with all sorts of things I wouldn't normally get like radicchio and purple top white globe turnips, and watermelon. I'm usually all about the regulars like tomatoes, cucumber, peas and beans. They are a sure thing for me to grow. I guess I'll be moving a little out of my comfort zone and trying something new. I won't be moving too far out, there are still way too many tomatoes I want to grow!
I hope your day starts and ends well!

Donna

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