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Simple Pleasures Sunday November 23, 2008

Posted by Mistress B in Blogging stuff, Gardening, Goals.
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Cucumber plant starting to take off

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Zucchini’s soon big enough to be picked

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Mystery plant taking root

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Another mystery plant coming up in amoung my spider plants offshoots

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Pea on my hands again – snow pea that is 😉

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Comments

1. Riayn - November 23, 2008

Your mystery plant looks like pumpkin. Anyone being dropping any pumpkin seeds in your garden?

2. planningqueen - November 23, 2008

We are really enjoying cucumber (bought however!) at the moment. Your veggies look wonderful.

3. river - November 23, 2008

The zucchini looks big enough to pick NOW. I find they’re best on the small side before too many seeds have formed in their centre. Could your mystery plants be melons of some description? Water- Rock-? or pumpkin as Riayn suggested?
My rockmelons started off well, but they seem to have stalled and are turning yellow. Bugger.

4. katef - November 23, 2008

Oh I am jealous of your plants… specially that cucumber.. ours has one sad little leaf and is on it’s last legs – praying for some of the later seeds I put in to sprout…

5. Alexis - November 24, 2008

So lovely! It’s Fall here and everything is dying. 😦

6. widdleshamrock - November 24, 2008

Looks fantastic B !!!!

I was wondering pumpkin too, but as I have a black thumb, I really wouldn’t know.

7. leechbabe - November 24, 2008

Mmmmm mystery plant. Yummy.

8. Pure Evyl - November 24, 2008

The bottom mystery plant looks like a houseplant of that stands about 2 1/2′ tall now.

9. Pure Evyl - November 24, 2008

I have it on my shelf. I forgot to add that to my comment.

10. Jayne - November 24, 2008

They’re wonderful, well done, B ! 🙂
Yep, the mystery plant does look like a pumpkin.

11. anja - November 24, 2008

The zucchini looks fantastic. The zucchini at the supermarket looks like a cucumber and I’m too slack bottomed lazy to go to the markets. 😦


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