Friday, April 3, 2015

Six Words Friday ~ Break ~




Basil & Dill...breaking through the soil!!

Sharing images of  new herb garden with  
Please stop by and share Six Words with my dear friend Adrienne!

23 comments:

  1. Fresh herbs, so nice for your home cooked meals.. Happy Easter, have a great weekend!

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  2. Lovely! Fresh herbs to enjoy. Happy Easter Debbie :)

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  3. LOVE it!!! Can't wait to watch you enjoy these herbs....Brian was taling about planting some once the weather breaks. We'll see if we actually do it or not! (Linkyis up - sorry it's late!)

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  4. Looking good! Wishing you and yours a Happy Easter weekend!

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  5. Oh no, did they break their head?

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  6. I spend so much time here in Tampa pulling the volunteer variety...I never have time to plant anything. (That's my story, I'm sticking with it)

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  7. Good herbs for flavoring ;))
    Good Easter Debbie !!
    Besos

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  8. Your little nursery looks great! I'll start mine after Easter in little cups on the kitchen window shelf.

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  9. Well, look at you! Hi Debbie. you're not only a knitter and a gardener - does that mean you're also a baker and a candle-stick maker? LOL. Have a wonderful Easter weekend :)

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  10. That's a good feeling to plant something & watch it grow especially from seed. Have a great weekend.

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    1. Starting from seed, always more rewarding!!

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  11. I love my fresh Basil and always have a fresh pot outside my door. Condo living makes it difficult to do too much more. I miss the tomato plants. Happy Easter!

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  12. I love plants but I cant grow a thing

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  13. Your herb garden looks great! I need to try and plant some too. We do have to let it warm up a bit more. Last night the temperatures were freezing and we were warned to cover our plants. I am safe since I haven't planted anything yet.
    Have a fun weekend~ Hugs!

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  14. Wow they are growing so quickly for you.

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  15. A beautiful beginning in your herb garden!

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  16. Oh I like how your herb garden is growing! WooHoo!

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  17. Great six words Debbie. And how lovely to see the seedlings growing.

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  18. Looking mighty fine, Debbie!
    Happy Easter to both you and Chuck.

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  19. I like your interpretation of "break"! I, too, love seeing the first green breaking through the soil. Never ceases to amaze me!

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