Monday, September 6, 2010

boo.

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babby tomatoz

23 comments:

Pie said...

You have a lovely garden =) I can't wait for the weather to warm up enough here (australia) to grow some tomatos! Its my favourite part of summer.

Lisa-Marie said...

Did I see a pumpkin?!

Your garden is fab!

The Food Monkey said...

Gorgeous! I'm jealous. I have no land with which to create a garden. Windowsill is my only respite from dreary city life!

Steven Anthony said...

beautiful garden

Pacific College Mom said...

You have a great start, won't be long until you have all the yummy veggies on your plate! I'm glad to see you back!!

Arianna Elizabeth said...

Totally boo. Between crap weather and hungry chickens, my garden is like an old wretch. I feel your pain.

leslie said...

awesome garden!! i want that pumpkin!

Cooking Asshole said...

That's pretty ugly. Now that summer is over here in Portland there is always next year!

-susanne said...

watch out for groundhogs! we had a pumpkin about the size of a basketball last year and those bastards totally ate it!!

Emma said...

Beautiful photos.

tawc said...

great shots...i can feel the chill of fall, and i love it. get me a scarf and one of those tomatos on toast

Sarah from iatebrisbane.com said...

Hi! You're garden looks so great! Loving the garden posts. :)
BTW 'Pie' - You can grow tomatoes during winter time too - Apparently the black zebra ones like the cool. Esp. if you're in queensland.

Morgan Ashley Allen said...

Ooh, late bloomers (tomatoes). Love your photography—it's so honest. How do you keep your pumpkins from taking over?!

thelittlebig said...

Pretty sure I'm in love with your garden.

I always mean to grow pumpkins yet I never remember until Sept and then it's too late.

lexi said...

Those pumpkins look like they're from a children's storybook! Your garden is going amazingly.

4Czech said...

Nice garden shots. Makes me envious of your pumpkin vines coming to fruition. My pumpkin experiment is still incomplete with only vines and blossoms. Maybe I will get at least one by halloween.

Jamie said...

I am so jealous. Our little guy was born at the end of April, so I didn't touch my yard most of the summer.

Robin said...

yay you are back. please stay. please keep posting. you are funny and there is nothing else on the internet like you. I feel like I am losing my favorite tv show...

lux said...

i'm going to post this late, partially because i'm drinking a delicious mug of red wine and partially because these photos re-inspired me to comment on the past couple of posts. your blog is one of my favorites. i love that it's honest and unpretentious. its not every other food blog with zomgtrymyrecipes!, or whatever. it's raw and upfront and funny and interesting. and that's why i keep coming back. i like the photos and tidbits and mild self-deprecation. don't change/move just because this isn't what everyone might expect or be looking for. (:

Hennifer said...

gorgeous photos!

OrganicMama said...

I seriously hope you don't just stop blogging here but if you do, point us to your next one. I love your blog - your writing, your spunk and your sense of humor.
Also, your titles just crack.me.up.
Dude, seriously.
OM

Joseph's Grainery Recipes said...

The first signs of fall. Beautiful!

miradasdecaracol said...

Hey, I've just arrived to your garden and it's lovely! thousands of miles of your tomatos I've my ones!
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see you soon...