A mere 10 days after planting, we have life in the greenhouse.
I present to you: Basil. Look closely, it’s there. 2 tiny little spouts have poked through the dirt.
Here, let me get a little closer. See?
Well, you’d be able to see better if my camera would focus on the green plant instead of having a mind of it’s own and thinking that the white fertilizer crap is more exciting to look at.
OK, let’s try the cucumbers and see if that’s any better.
Grrrr! Trust me, that is a cucumber plant.
You know, it’s pretty bad when I have to add arrows just to prove my point.
I even have a teeny tiny dill plant that started, but it was pointless taking a picture of it. All you would have seen is dirt according to my picture taking skills.
Let’s try something larger, shall we?
Let’s give a big applause to the strawberry plant, shall we! These babies made it through the last 2 nights unscathed by the cold and I’m hoping that I’ll be munching on their deliciousness in a couple months.
If the squirrels don’t beat me to them.
10 Responses to “Little Sprouts”
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Congrats on your sprouts!
It’s so exciting!
I love seeing the little sprouts come up when I plant something. It’s always exciting.
Little babies to watch and grow (minus the diapers).
Yes. They. Are.
Stopping by from the blog hop! I love your pictures! Isn’t it fun to watch plants grow! We love it here!
Yahoo! Good nurturing Mama, you were always good at it 🙂
Thanks for stopping by Susann! Overnight my cucumbers went crazy, and I love it!!
Awww, shuckums honey, you always say the sweetest things.