Sunday, April 22, 2007

sprung

keaton and a radish

nasturtiums

potatoes breaking ground

compost tea sample

here comes the nitrogen

2 comments:

baloghblog said...

Those cheeks are too much! No "nitrogen" around here yet to be mowed. Had to substitute some good old cow manure for my leaf compost today.

Beany said...

I agree....the cheeks are too cute!

Found your blog via Casaubon's Book.

I too use old pasta bottles to store worm tea (don't have as many plants or pots right now).