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Little Plants and a Little Bird (March 3 Garden Project)

April 2, 2010

To celebrate a rare 80 degree April first in Chicago, day of shorts and sandals, day of open windows and busy bike paths, Ellen and I transplanted our little seedlings.  They looked like this:

leeks and Hamburg parsley

We removed them from their starter trays and teased them into individual plants, like this one.  Imagine, one day this will feed us!

Speaking of feeding, time for lunch!  Ellen whipped up a tasty Mexican lunch, complete with home-made corn tortillas.  Yum!  This yard-sharing thing is great since in my case I get access to a yard for gardening and a fantastic chef for working lunches!

Now our seedlings are in the on-deck circle…

What would a March 3 Garden Project blog post be without a gratuitously cute chick photo?

5 Comments leave one →
  1. jkess07 permalink
    April 2, 2010 4:18 pm

    Mother Nature at work…with a little help from her friends. I love it. 🙂

    Mom

  2. Melanie permalink
    April 2, 2010 5:13 pm

    Aww…cute pix! Is it just me, or does this one look a lot bigger from when we saw them??
    Cute little garden plants too!!

    Melanie

    • April 2, 2010 5:21 pm

      Not your imagination Melanie, they’re growing fast! And actually, that brown one is the smallest of the bunch — the others are even bigger! Still, no eggs from them until August, but they’re fun to watch grow up.

  3. Laura permalink
    April 2, 2010 11:09 pm

    fun! otis and i planted peas today, and our spinach, lettuce, and radishes from a couple weeks ago are peeking through the dirt now.
    let us know when we can come take a look at your project…i’d love to see the garden and the chickens!
    Laura

    • April 5, 2010 3:09 pm

      Laura, you’re welcome anytime. We’re having a large, shade-causing tree removed this week, then we’ll lay out the beds and get planting. So far, nothing’s in the ground, but coming soon!

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