Sunday, August 31, 2008

Mesclun Coming Up

The 'Paris Market Mix' mesclun from Renee's Garden is coming up. This mixture contains arugula, red lettuce, escarole, chervil, and endive.













Last year, I grew the same variety of mesclun, but I never fertilized, which means I never got a harvest. This year, though, things will be different!

5 comments:

Susy said...

MMM, I love arugula!

The Hunky Gardener said...

Your pictures are great. I just want to eat some of them!? You are obviously a talented photographer! I noticed you have a picture of red gems? I have grown them in orange and yellow but never red? I have never even seen the seeds offered for a red?

Thank you for visiting my blog.

The Hunky Gardener said...

You are a space tourism agent? I need an explanation of that one?!

Parsec said...

Hi,

Thanks for the comments!

I'm not actually a "space tourism agent" - it's just a profession I decided to list. Kind of a joke, really.

But space tourism is no joke...quickly becoming reality.

Thank you for checking out my blog! I appreciate it!

The Hunky Gardener said...

I checked out your photos on flickr and wow, your pictures are just awesome! I love the passion flower picture. Nothing gets me more excited than a passion flower about to come into bloom (ok, well a few things!).

I have only grown hibiscus during my days as a grower at a greenhouse, same with the moon flower. The moon flower is not longer sold here because it just makes it into bloom before frost.

Chow for now!