Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Wordless Wednesday


15 comments:

  1. She stuck in her thumb, and pulled out a . . . potato!

    I grew them for the first time this year - two heirloom varieties from Landreth Seed. They were grown in Grow Bags, in a mix of organic soil and vermicompost, and they're delicious!

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  2. Very healthy and enough big potato. I think because you grew them in special bags.

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    1. They came in many different sizes and shapes, Nadezda! Some were marble-sized, and some were as big as my whole hand! There were some that were very odd-shaped - a few look like snowmen!

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    1. It was a lot of fun growing them, Carolyn!

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  4. Nice!!!!! I only grew these one year and they were delicious

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    1. I'm not sure I'll grow them next year, Deanne - too much watering in the bags. But I'm glad I did it!

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  5. I love potatoes and tried growing them in a container, not so successful.

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    1. Aw, sorry to hear they didn't do great for you, Gail. I think the worm poo in our Grow Bags made all the difference! :~)

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    1. And lots of butter, some sea salt, and fresh-ground pepper!

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  7. I love potatoes fresh from the ground. My neighbor used to supply us with all kinds of potatoes. I miss them, (my neighbors as well as the potatoes)
    Balisha

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    1. Sure is nice having neighbors who like their share their garden produce, Balisha! I can imagine you must miss them - must have been nice people, as gardeners usually are!

      When I visit my mom and her Garden Buddy in Wisconsin, they often sends me home with some of their delicious, home-grown potatoes. Store potatoes, not even organic, compare with home-grown!

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  8. Hey, that's quite a big one :o)! Baked with a little sour cream it must be delicious.
    Have a nice day!
    Alex

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    1. A lot of sour cream is delicious too, Alex! ;~) Have a wonderful day!

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