There is something special about growing and eating food from your garden. Its been about 9 years since David Walton helped me plant my first garden and I have been planting every season since.❤❤❤
I am grateful. This salad was delicious.
Kale, arugula, butter lettuce, purple romaine, and green romaine.
So funny but not. I planted spinach twice from seed and once from seedlings with no success. So, I’m cleaning out the bed with the cow parsley which I thought was celery and found 1 spinach plant. I planted 30ish seeds last fall and none of them came up. Now, this pops out of the dirt. Just one.
I can’t believe these scrap potatoes sprouted in my compost bend. My neighbor finally raked and I scored organic material to plant them in. I didn’t bury them I placed them inside the organic matter. I will continue to mulch as they grow. It is an experiment and I believe it’s going to work.!!!!
I should have some broccoli soon. Do you see it coming to a head? ❤❤❤❤❤
Today, my sweet Zawadi invited me to dinner. I was working in my garden and she was preparing our dinner. She reminded me of when I was a little girl. I asked, “What are you putting in my trays?” She replied, ” INGREDIENTS!” 😂😂😂😂😂😂 She set the pillows up for us to sit and served our dinner.
LaQuanda is a vibrant spirit moving to the rhythms of life. She was born in Selma Alabama! She believes freedom was given to her as a birth right! LaQuanda has traveled around the sun 31 times! She has invested 10 years in growing one seed. His name is Kwami Malik Ingram! Her grandparents would say LaQuanda is a good gardener because she listens! Gardening relaxes her mind and purifies her soul, drumming and dancing too! LaQuanda is a recent graduate of Geography Information Science at the University of North Alabama in Florence Alabama! She is an explorer and she loves adventure! Among friends she is better known as Que!