Saturday, May 5, 2012
Our last dozen eggs came complete with a feather!
Dave bought a huge fresh horseradish root at the grocery store. After grating most of it, we planted the two knobby ends to see what would happen. Voila, we have a horseradish plant! We're curious to see what it will look like as it matures.
This tiny purple blossom appeared on our rosemary plant -- which, sadly, we had to discard because it was infected with some kind of pestilence. (See all the white fuzz on the leaves?)
My friend Pam brought us some peanut brittle from Spain when she visited a few weeks ago. It was dee-lish. The ripply reflections created by the plastic wrapper were merely a bonus.
Remember our sorry seeds-in-a-can from Amsterdam, none of which ever grew? Well, our one similarly canned bulb is now going gangbusters, as you can see. I'll post photos if and when it blooms!