Mid-February in Spy Garden

So ephemeral!

So ephemeral! (eucalyptus)

Western Day

Western Day

Deer fence in need of repair!

Deer fence in need of repair!

Snowy Skull

Snowy Skull

Finally a little snow!

Finally a little snow!

Sledding

Sledding

Eucalyptus in February

Eucalyptus in February

Very...

Very…

Silly

Silly

Baby helps very nicely to water these house plants!

Baby helps very nicely to water these house plants!

Breaking into the seed box! Starting eggplants, peppers and tomatoes shortly!

Breaking into the seed box! Starting eggplants, peppers and tomatoes shortly!

9 thoughts on “Mid-February in Spy Garden

  1. narf77

    We had a very short season this year. Our summer only really started at the beginning of February after an early false start so I find myself contemplating what to do with a bumper crop of very large green San Marzano tomatoes. Any ideas will be most gratefully received. Hopefully you have more luck than I did ;)

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    1. Spy Garden Post author

      Hmmm green tomatoes. Put them in the windowsill to let them ripen. Douse them in vinegar and spices and make a green salsa…pan fry them…It feels we are are nowhere near spring which I am kind of glad about. I need more time for imagining! Though I did start some seeds today, which is exciting!

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      1. narf77

        I hope you take the spring baton soon. I am heartily over summer and we have only had a month of it (was a very wet and cool start to the season much to my joy ;) ). 30C today and almost 90% humidity. I had to send Stevie-boy on a beer run. As befitting our Hill William status we shall sit on the deck and drink beer and chew straws ;)

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