Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Morning Harvest


I am taking a salad to my buddy Patty in Encinitis during my lunch break . Patty recently had serious back surgery and is laid up for a few weeks.

I can't tell you how wonderful it's been for Jean Louis and I to simply go out and pick our meals!

Here we have romaine, endive, arugula and cilantro - all organic. I hope my summer crops turn out this well.

5 comments:

Nancy said...

Patty just cancelled lunch cuz she feels really bad. Please say a prayer for her if you happen to be reading this...

Merci!

Nancy

Barb said...

I'll say a prayer and your harvest looks so good, I'll root for Sierra also on survivor that will be fun knowing someone that knows someone.Well I feel like I know you,hope your friend feels better soon and have a blessed day. Merci!( I like saying that)....Barb

Nancy said...

I feel like I know you too Barb!! It certainly is a small world.

texasdaisey said...

What a sweet thing to do. Isn't it fun to grow your own.
Debbie

Sue said...

Hi Nancy,
I hope your friend is feeling better.

I am so pumped that I have been able to plant my early season lettuce, spinach, kale, radishes, and I am trying kohlrabi.

Your crop was lovely! You posed it so nicely for the photo, too! Do you have more growing? Did you try the square foot method? I don't have room for paths that wide. I had part of my garden in 4 by 4 foot beds where we lived before, to try to use the method from the book. I think I liked it.