I love arugula and especially love how easy it is to grow. It just keeps coming back. These are plants left from last year.
The chives and lavender plants are looking so good. Thinkin' I might make a baked potato for dinner and sprinkle with these tender, mild chives.
Yesterday I cleaned out the hostas and after raining last night, I swear they grew 2".
So proud of my tomato starts. They finally have 4 leaves (on some). They just take a long time to grow but they're looking strong.
If you look close, you're see the shiny little basil leaves coming on.
Finally had an auction to attend on Saturday. It's been a long spell since I've found an auction to attend. It's really hard to find early primitives in this part of the country but look what I found......
These are wonderful, early prim baskets. Don't know if I can bare to sell them.
Great old crock with bale and lid.....
I have 3 of the early herb shelves but this is the largest one so far. She's a beauty!
Also found some great old ticking feather pillows and an ironstone slop jar. I think that's what it is but it doesn't have a bale so not certain. Anyway, it would be wonderful for lots of uses. I'll wash it well before I take it to Leola's.
Hope everyone has a good Wednesday. Take care and pray for spring.