Saturday, March 17, 2007

princess of the potager

the potager is planted with a variety of tomatoes, peppers, squash, eggplant and herbs. i haven't decided what to do with this heavy concrete planter so it serves as a throne for the princess of the potager. velvet loves this area of the garden.

i was in between cabbageharvest and had to buy some last night, along with potatoes, for some colcannon tonight.

on the eighth day, God created whiskey
so the irish wouldn't take over the world.

may your st. patty's day rock the freaking casbah.


MaryF said...

Wow, I didn't realize you'd done so much to transform your backyard! It looks wonderful!!

Lisa H said...

Good Lord, we've identified the coolest garden shed, like....EVER.
I WONDERED where that was....


fiwa said...

Your garden is so neat and clean! Not a weed in site. I wish I had been smart and gone with the river rock like you. Looking at your pathways reminds me of my favorite nurserys.

I'd like to pick velvet up and cuddle her. I miss having cats.

anne said...

I love your potager, Dawn, and would love to be Velvet surveying her domain :-)

Anonymous said...

I've always been a fan of that pickle green house and the potager, of course.

Velvet looks like a pretty good security/guard kitty!


Scheherazaad said...

You are so far into spring! We are still snow covered and freezing.

A bird in the hand said...

No wonder you didn't move. Your potager, well the whole area, is bliss.

I make colcannon too. Belated Happy St. Paddy's day to you.


Sam said...

Hi Dawn...
Laughing myself off my chair.
How are you?