Monday, May 25, 2009

A couple of firsts and some good luck

Lettuce and radishes were ready to eat. The radishes were delicious not too spicy and they had that unmistakable fresh from the garden taste. The lettuce was crisp, tender and almost sweet.



And I found a 5 leaf clover and a 4 leaf clover, good luck for the rest of the week. I took a picture but I'm no photographer and I have a 4 year old 100.00 camera so you will have to take my word for it. The clover on the left hand has 5 leaves. The fifth leaf sticks out in the middle of the clover.










4 comments:

Betty said...

Your fresh veggies look so good I know you will enjooy them.I really like fresh bread and butter and radish sandwiches with lettuce.
YUM-YUM

scrappy quilter said...

Your veggies look great.

I really like Morden roses. they are really hardy. here is a link for you http://www.canadianrosesociety.org/hardyroses/crs_hardy.html

Hope that helps.

Powell River Books said...

If the book is correct, the swallowtail doesn't eat potatoes, so I should be OK. Looks like you are getting lots of good things to eat already. I've had fun with spinach, lettuce, radishes and asparagus so far. - Margy

The Hobbit said...

It all looks great!Hard to beleive the harvest has begun.