I have been #thepatientgardener waiting for a progress report on our Hydroponics. Here is what is going on: The Setbacks: we have had a few green beans. We have a few tomato flowering buds that will look promising than dry up. We removed our lettuce it wilted. Hydroponic Tomato Bud Successes: My husband has been [...]
My sister gave me homemade Limoncello! I’ve never tried it. I wasn’t sure I wanted it solo so I made a modified “Hot Toddy”. My Limoncello The modification was no honey, over ice. It’s pretty good! Maybe the next time I’ll try the Limoncello all by itself over ice! Modified Summertime Toddy! Have a great [...]
My Teeny Tiny Vase
Artsy Tiny Vase Door County has some of the most eclectic art pieces. I found this last Autumn. 1 stem, a little water...lasts for a long time. Beautiful sunshiny day! Spring is revealing itself on the tree buds, the newly green grass, buds popping up out of the ground. Everyone have a wonderful Easter weekend.
Part 2 – 2021 Garden: “Blooming”
Finally...patience is a virtue I continually learn. Only waiting for one to "start." We are giving the plants a sip of water each day. Keeping an eye on our "babies." 🙂 #thepatientgardener
Bonus Photo – Red Tulips
I love flowers, they make me smile! 🙂
Road Trip – March 2021
We took a quick trip to get away. Below are a few photos of our time away. There is something about going away...the anticipation of going, the excitement of a new adventure, seeing a new place. There is something about changing the environment that clears “the cobwebs” out of my head as my mom used [...]
Part 4 – 2020 Garden Journal: “Backyard Harvesting”
A few years ago we had many green tomatoes. We do enjoy fried green tomatoes! But we had more green than we could eat and wished they had turned red. Tomatoes in brown paper bag We tried this tip and it has worked for us! The above tomatoes fell from one of the vines, they [...]
Part 3 – 2020 Garden Journal: “ Three Months Later-Harvesting”
Getting to the best part of gardening...harvesting! The photos speak for themselves! New Garden One month old garden Today’s Garden Green beans, tomatoes & onion Almost Ready! Home grown tomatoes Vegetable Centerpiece! We are blessed with the harvest we have had so far. May you stay safe and healthy. #thepatientgardener
Independence Day Dessert
I was blessed to be able to spend time with my family this 4th of July. We had a delicious meal of grilled chicken, pasta, Italian sausage in tomato sauce with peppers & onion, steak, homemade salsa. So good! I am a Dessert Snob! Our daughter makes all types of dessert from cakes to cookies...all [...]
Happy Father’s Day 2020!
My family celebrated Father’s Day yesterday! We gathered at our daughter & fiancé’s home where a feast was prepared! Before the Feast We started with a fresh Greek salad, romaine Lettuce, red onion, feta cheese and kalamata olives with a light balsamic vinegar dressing Greek Salad Next we had grilled burgers, sausages and potatoes. Our [...]
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