11 responses

  1. Steph @ Crafting in the Rain
    July 2, 2011

    Good job! We harvested a single bean last week–our preschooler brought home a seed in a cup and it miraculously survived when we transplanted it outside when it outgrew the cup. She had a bit of her bean after we steamed it, and didn’t like it, but she was still so proud :)

  2. Kathy
    July 2, 2011

    What fun to see the first sprouts! We put in a small garden this year and I’m cheering for my little pea plants. We’ve been eating (tiny) strawberries and watching the watermelon, cucumber and tomatoes get bigger. I know what you mean about finding the time to garden!

  3. Krista
    July 2, 2011

    How exciting! My husband planted a salsa garden this year (and pumpkins for the fall)! Tomatoes, cilantro, basil, green and white onions, Anaheim chilies, and habeneros. I’ll be sticking to the Anaheim chilies. I’m only Mexican by marriage and can’t handle the spicy habeneros!

  4. Mama Mel
    July 2, 2011

    Those little sprouts are so cute! :) I have mostly an herb garden: basil, rosemary, sage, thyme. I planted parsley and cilantro too, but the AZ heat killed them. :( I also have jalapenos, which are doing very well. I’ve made a couple of batches of salsa with them already! :)

  5. 2littlehooligans
    July 2, 2011

    always better late then never! hope for a late frost:) we can our jalapeno’s too, they are so delish! plus we make a ton of salsa.

  6. Jennifer Yanos
    July 2, 2011

    we have a late growing season, but I like to plant what I can. I’ve harvested rhubarb twice. My tomato plants are coming along, I’m hoping my green pepper plants will make it, but the season isn’t quite long enough if we have a late spring (which we did). My potatoes are doing great though!

  7. April
    July 3, 2011

    How fun! we tried corn one year but it didn’t grow! We are still learning when it comes to gardening, but we get more and more stuff to grow each year.

  8. laundryontheline
    July 3, 2011

    It’s always so exciting to see the first sprouts! Our garden was late going in this year due to a very late spring, but it’s coming along now. We grow a little of everything, but I am most excited about our expanding herb garden. It is such an adventure to add new and unique herbs to your cooking!

  9. Abby
    July 4, 2011

    Aw cute! It is always fun seeing the first sprouts. We were a little late, but better late than never!

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  10. Sabra
    July 6, 2011

    YAY! I still need to plant (replant) our pumpkin. I was afraid it was too late, but you give me hope.

  11. fresh_look_furniture
    July 8, 2011

    My hubby planted a “mini garden” in our backyard a few weeks back (a little late, like yours!) Our corn, canteloupe & watermelon has sprouted. The carrots & tomatos are being stubborn, I guess. :)

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