Tiny vegetables

Random post tonight. I’ve had a rough week, but it was made better by the appearance of little baby vegetables in my garden. I always get so excited when the plants I’ve tended for months start to produce flowers and fruit.

Tiny beans, cucumbers, butternut squash, tomatoes and courgettes are all sprouting…

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I also shared a peaceful moment with this grasshopper early this morning.

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. They look really yummy. It’s the middle of winter here so all I’ve got that’s productive currently is some rhubarb next to my front door.

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  2. bethanyk says:

    I love these pictures. The smallest of things give me the greatest joys.

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  3. manyofus1980 says:

    so happy that you had these moments and that your vegetables are sprouting! xx

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  4. La Quemada says:

    My garden brings me great satisfaction as well, everything from the millions of raspberries we are harvesting right now to the blossoms on my tomato plants… It’s a close-up view of all that is miraculous and rich about life…

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  5. Faith says:

    I always get so excited when the plants I’ve tended for months start to produce flowers and fruit.

    Isn’t it the best? I love seeing new buds. It makes me smile and I get all happy.

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    1. Laura says:

      Yeah it gives me a sort of childish excitement.

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