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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Eggs Give More Than Chicks

We've lovely purple periwinkles in our garden. I collected seeds and germinated them in egg pots for a group of The Daughter's friends. They're growing so beautifully I rather think they might flower in the eggpots!!

I started many pots of chamomiles too. These are for NewToGardening, my blog reader and a wonderfully intelligent lady with a very warm heart.

These are for SS and I hope that with these 2 dandelion seedlings, I will earn the right to eat more of her cooking!!


Here are NewToGardening's lavender seedlings. I planted many, but only 2 germinated.



14 comments:

Blur Ting said...

Oh so cute! Only someone with your patience and delicate fingers can manage to do this!

Open Kitchen Concept said...

Oh... so delicate.. and pretty... and hey... thanks for remembering about these seedlings... :) I can't wait to grow them!

Fresh Fry aka 福星 said...

*melt* *melt* *melt* *melt*

such handiwork!

Leah said...

They are so cute and pretty...what a great and creative gift idea!

petunialee said...

Ting - some of those chamomiles are for you. I'm determined that you shall successfully have a pot of 'em to make into tea. I'll look after them till they flower and then you can have them.

petunialee said...

NTG,you're welcome!

petunialee said...

Leah - Yup! The Daughter is quite creative. Would you like a chamomile too?

petunialee said...

Fry - They're all food you know (except for the periwinkle).

Fresh Fry aka 福星 said...

hehehe.....i guess we do share some lines of thoughts. *WIDE GRIN*

Blur Ting said...

Petunia - Oh, you haven't given up on me? :-)

petunialee said...

Ting - Lady! I don't give up easy! Heh! But anyway, got plenty seeds, and you like plants. I give you when it flowers... you should be able to manage to cut and eat right? Heeeeee!

Blur Ting said...

Yes, I love the eating part the most.!

KT said...

Gonna to save my egg shells from now on. Do the shells need draining holes at the bottom? Thanks.

edith said...

A lovely idea to germinate seedlings in egg shells!