Eating my homegrown stuff already
29 Jun 10
Your onios are beautiful, Bob. I only hope mine (when the time comes) will be half as awesome as yours. As you know, I´m in Winter now. We don´t have snow but it gets very cold, specially at dawn. I´m making my compost pile, begging for leaves and kitchen wastes and hoping next spring I´ll have my my vegetable garden. I´m planing to make a couple of raised beds as you can get more produce per square foot that way, specially with small plants such as lettuce, beans and tomatoes. I also want to plant leeks and I´ll start the seeds next month in cold frames. I´ll use a lot of junk I have at home to make them: I hope it works. The parsley finally decided to say "hi" to the cold winter sun. I put some seeds in a container and thought I had lost it. I have another container with grown parsley but discovered a recipe for parsley dumplings Take care!
• United States
30 Jun 10
Thanks. Not many grew though which bummed us out. Going to plant many more next year though as these were so good tasting. I want some raised beds but I am too lazy to build the boxes etc after all the other garden work I have to do all the time. HAPPY POSTINGS FROM GRANDPA BOB!!~
• Garden Grove, California
30 Jun 10
wow tuna mac salad with home grown oninons what is not to like.? I am a mac aand cheese, mac and tuna fiend , love to make them into salads too. I really do wish I had some place to garden but now my son has a job again maybe one day I can get out of here into an apartment again.