Ith (ithildyn) wrote,
Ith
ithildyn

Veggie Time

We went to the nursery today and got two kinds of eggplant, cabbage, squash, cucumber, 8 kinds of tomato, broccoli, cauliflower, tomatillos, lettuce, chard, bell peppers, habanero, ancho, red onion. Seeds for bush beans, sugar snap peas, and corn. In herbs, we got sage, oregano, chives, cilantro, two kinds of parsley, rosemary, thyme, mint, catnip. Next trip we'll get some different kinds of berries, probably raspberry and some sort of hybrid blackberry we saw, and get green onions and serrano if they're back in stock. Add all that to the fruit trees we already have - apples, appricot (4), cherry, plum, fig, peach, pear, almond, black walnut, pecan, I think we're not going to starve this summer.
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