Sunday, July 20, 2008

CSA Week 2

You can't get any fresher than this!
Beaverdam Creek CSA customers received lots of fresh goodies in their baskets this week including snap beans, zucchini, summer crookneck squash, sweet and hot peppers, garlic, and a bunch of aromatic, zesty cilantro for making salsa. Tricia Ann's perky sunflowers topped it all off for a truly "sunny" presentation.

6 comments:

Camille F said...

Tricia Ann,
Your flowers are so pretty! Are they very easy to grow? I wish we were close enough to get y'all's basket.
Hope to see y'all soon!!

Camille F said...

Tricia Ann,
Your flowers are so pretty! Are they very easy to grow? I wish we were close enough to get y'all's basket.
Hope to see y'all soon!!

Camille F said...

Sorry that posted twice... :/

The Lingo Clan said...

Hi, Cami!
Thank you. Yes, sunflowers and zinnias are very easy to grow. They are no more difficult than most garden vegetables and require no special treatment. That's why I always grow them.
I wish y'all lived really close too...and we're praying to that end. ;)
Come to visit us soon!

homekeeper4him said...

We are so happy that we were able to visit the Lingo's farm. Everything is just beautiful!! The garden was one of the prettiest gardens I have ever seen. Thanks for showing us around! Also, we really enjoyed getting to fellowship with you too.

Tony & Tracy and family

The Lingo Clan said...

Tony & Tracy,

We are so glad to have finally met y'all. We enjoyed your visit immensely. Please come back again when y'all travel down this way.

(I just emailed Cathy earlier this morning to find out your blog address!)

Love,
Trish