Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Hallelujah, they have risen!

I thought some of you would like to see these little seedlings.. do a close up to see those little seedlings good :o) Aren't they the cutest  things :o)...Thanks again 
Mr. H. they were some real healthy ones. :o)
now I'm wondering if I should do the Kale the same way...this way it's like I have some control of where and how they are grown in the ground...Today we picked up some cow manure (in the bags, wish it were the real stuff , best we could do for now). and Lime to get the boxes and gardens ready 
for the fall plantings..


Mrs.Pickles said...

Wow they are up already! Those are some good seeds. I may have to try your method next year, since mine didn't come up in the

Daisy said...

I can see those little spots of green poking through the dirt there, Ginny! Hurray, they are off to a good start. :-)

Gingerbreadshouse7 said...

Mrs. Pickles, isn't it a miracle :o) We are so pleased that they took no time in popping up :o)..I'm wondering if I did the Kale that way would I get the same results! I'm thinking about doing it.

Daisy, we are so pleased about them and we are getting the ground they will be bedded in into shape.

ladydi said...

Nothing is more gratifying than watching seeds sprout!

Robin said...

Congrats on your new babies for the garden! I think new sprouts are just the cutest!

Gingerbreadshouse7 said...

Ladydi, it's such a thrill to see your first efforts succeed.
I hoping they continue to thrive and grow so they can go into the "big garden" :o)

Robin, it does feel like I have new babies :o) (without the pain ).and they are the cutest at that stage.

Jody said...

Hooray! I really love your plant cups. They take up no space when your not using them and they leave no mess to clean up when your done. Perfect!

Gingerbreadshouse7 said...

That is just perfect :o) and besides in the end the paper cups become fertilizer for the garden :o) now that's recycling :o)