each wtih their own personality

The super model onions are all lined up and ready for the catwalk:

The ambitious peas reach their long, skinny arms for security:

The feminine rhubarb’s dark, wavy locks modestly conceal her deep red tissue:

The cheerleader arugula stands crisp and preppy with her pom poms:

The sophisticated and brooding mesclun mix carelessly sunbathes:

The meditative beets have decided it’s time to get on with the sun salutations:

The radishes spread their heart-shaped shoulders, readying themselves to catch a tiny baseball:

The incognito spinach hasn’t revealed it shape just yet:

The lavish strawberries promise velvet fruit soonish:

The tired taters are slow to emerge and kindof unsure of their identity:

8 Responses to each wtih their own personality

  1. TRB Holt says:

    READY,ACTION, DRAMA! Let the play unfold!

    xoxo, Mom

    PS….you are so clever.:0)

  2. Kate says:

    Mesclun mix is my favorite one of these. And sun salutations! I had never thought of that, but it’s so right on.

  3. Those are some leggy supermodel onions. But the beets are the ones that have me drooling… I love me some beets. I need to plant some more soon. :)

  4. FinnyKnits says:

    Wow – your beets seem like they came up fast! When did you plant them? Mine are totally languishing. I have ONE out of all the millions of seeds that has actually germinated and survived to put out new leaves.


  5. Finny: I planted beets on 4/20 (tee hee) and 4/27. We have some pretty great cool beet weather here in western Montana. We grow great beet but you can grow things like lemons and oaks trees. Can you grow beets in the winter?

  6. Joan says:

    Who would have thought a garden could be so full of characters and unheard of activity. Your garden has sprung to life, sunbathers, baseball players, super models, players of hide and seek, etc…How do you get any sleep at night with all that action? XOXO J

  7. Heather says:

    Ahh, I love the tiny baseball! My broccoli is ready to play!

  8. Oh, I am thrilled for you! Your garden looks great and you’ve planted a great array of veggies. We haven’t done ours yet as our tiller broke and I’m just not doing it with a hoe! We’ll rent one this weekend and plant on Memorial Day. I think I’ll try the onions and potatoes since yours look so good. We usually focus on tomatoes and the squashes. Asparagus is up already. (I posted an update on my chicks, finally.)