Friday, April 19, 2013

Vegetable Gardening

Are you planting a vegetable garden this year?

We have English peas and potatoes up.



Turnip greens growing.



My chickens are laying like crazy.


The amaryllis' are in full bloom.


Spring has sprung at our house!





Wilma and I have been very busy in the garden.



Sneak peek at some of our "vintage craft supply swap" that went out this week.



Cute papers found on eBay.



Let not your heart be troubled,
Have a great week-end and

HAPPY PINK SATURDAY


Dorothy and Ms.Wilma





20 comments:

The Custards said...

Lovely to see all those plants growing - ours are very, very, very slow - all this cold is not doing any favours. I shall keep ploughing our furrow in the hope that the seeds will come good eventually
Best wishes and peace from across the oceans
Jenny

Hannalei said...

Beautiful photos! We are going to try and do little container gardens this year as we don't have a ton of room to dig up here. Renting is lovely with no repairs but you're limited on what you can do. :)
Sarah & the Weens

Francie...The Scented Cottage Studio said...

ohhh if only we had enough space that got sunshine ! We will be planting a couple of containers and darn I wish we could have chickens LOL (())

Lynda Bergman Decorative Artisan said...

Love your garden and basket of eggs. I would love to live in the country. Lynda

Ramona JapaneseRedneck said...

Your garden looks a whole lot better than mine.

Wow, look at the eggs.

Maureen said...

The weather is not not co-operating with gardening here but I'm hoping to get peas in next week. Even the chickens are behind in their molt and the eggs are few and far between. We need spring!

Lulu said...

Another couple of weeks and my garden will be planted, at least the vegetable part. For the moment I am enjoying the blooming things.

Pink Roses and Teacups said...

Spring is my favorite season! Love all the pretty flowers!!

Debbie

CraveCute said...

I would love to if it ever warms up. Looks like yours is off to a good start!

Barbara said...

Your pictures are lovely.
Garden peas are one of my favourite things!
Happy Pink Saturday and Happy Spring.

LV said...

Nothing better than fresh produce from your own garden. I was born and raised on a farm and we had one each year. I do not have space suitable for one now.

Robyn said...

your vintage supply swap contents look wonderful - I'm envious of the lucky recipient!

Tammy's in Love said...

'Glad to see it's spring somewhere! We just got another 7" of snow yesterday and overnite!

Light and Voices said...

I really enjoyed your photos posted this week.
JM Illinois

RobinfromCA said...

You've posted some of the cutest things this week! I love the vintage feel of your blog.
Have a lovely weekend,
Robin

Denise said...

Wow, awesome garden.

Chatty Crone said...

Hello and good morning. Thank you for following me and I am so glad to meet you. I am following you back too!
Looks like your garden is taking off too. Are you near the south - turnip greens? I am from Atlanta, GA area.
Beautiful flowers there too.
And I like your vintage craft.
Sandie

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Beautiful flowers and so nice to see your vegetables growing. I don't do a vegetable garden, only flowers. But so far the garden is still covered with snow.
Have a great weekend.

Riet said...

It must be so nice to have your own vegetable garden.
Happy pink Saturday

Pam~ Virginia Retro said...

Love having a garden, and are just about ready to start planting ours. I missed that swap, looks like a fun one. Great post!