creative thinking ~ greener living
Wow! Already? there's not a sign here yet, though as the bluebells are sprouting it can't be long.
What a verdant scene! Love the Haiku: the Gower Jackdaws were chattering away and sorting out their nests yesterday, too.
It looks so soft and inviting. And it's all garlic? I'm used to seeing it growing in neat little rows, but I guess that's not how nature intended, is it?
oh yes, i hanker for scenery like this at home; after the droughtmuch lovegillena
Ditto with not a sign here yet!Love the jackdaws chatter.
i'm going to have a look at the back of the garden for the small bunch of wild garlic we have.i like the new header: there's a definite promise in it :)
garlic leaves - really? do they smell like garlic? loving the new banner; looks like a late storm coming in. here too.
April showers bring the flowers that bloom in May???
I love this!Still chilly here, I'm afraid!
Elizabeth, Titus - yes its growing well, funny that you don't have any yet! Coastguard - I love jackdaws!bunnygirl, Ascender - its not the same plant as cultivated garlic, but in a couple of weeks the woods will smell strongly of garlic. Szelsofa, Pamela - thanks! Rabbits Guy - indeed, though its March deluge just now...Gillena - hope you get rain soon, wish i could send you some of ours!
That is so beautiful. You take such beautiful photos, CGP, really makes me want to move to Scotland (although I've never been there...). Don't think I could handle the climate though.Can you eat wild garlic? I LOVE garlic!!! What can I say, I'm an Italian girl ;)
Lisa - you can eat the leaves, apparently they're very nice with tomatoes...
"drizzle" and "chatter" make a nice pair.
beautiful photo. does the wild garlic omit a strong odor? we have wild onions and their odor is pretty strong but i find myself enjoying their scent anyway. i been noticing some signs of new growth though not as much as i would like to see. nice poem. hope all is well.
This looks like a magical place!! I have a young friend with a novel idea. Perhaps you would check it out at http://www.postcardpoem.com. Thanks! ~ks
I am happy to have this for Nature Notes...I could almost feel myself there..Michelle...
OOH, lush green Forest, J!I particularly like this haiku.
It looks beautiful and soft. I noticed the chives in my backyard when I was hiding Easter eggs. I ate a couple of them - so much better than last year when I crunched on a few in August. :(
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