Sunday, June 28, 2009

Swimming Garlic & Garden Delights


This is the view from my bedroom, the pergola is moving along .. if it would just stop raining for a few days .. we may actually be able to complete it.!

These are the 'scapes' the 'flower' of the garlic. The are the curly shapes, which you have to cut first .. so that the garlic heads will grow. Wait a few weeks after cutting the scapes, which you can saute like chives or use in a vase as a flower arrangement like I do. And then .. pull the garlic.

This one photo was named by my Brother Lou Luigi who every year plants the garlic for us. (plant on Christopher Columbus weekend in October) .. he arranged the above and named the photo. 'Swimming Garlic'

Here you have my brother with fists full of 'garlic' !

This is the first year I have grown these 'hot red peppers' ..


Hope you enjoy my seeing how my garden is growing.!

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6 comments:

vienna said...

Beautiful garlic. Betcha the taste is out of this world too.

Gail Adrian said...

Abundance reigns at Casa Tartaro!

Kristena Haslam said...

Rosanne, that garlic looks so delicious. Oh YUM!

And your yard is so lovely!

It is also neat to see how much you share and include your siblings.
You must have a pretty good family bond goin! Right on woman.

And I have to tell you , I made a magical cake for a woman having a baby and the spiritual guests at her blessingway.
Made with your delightful rose otto.
It was so loved by everyone, and seriously I was amazed that I actually shared any of my rose with anyone else...lol
But she is special, so she deserved that yummy cake- it tuly was magic

Cindy said...

Thanks for sharing the pictures with us! I love your yard and the pergola looks great. I bought garlic to plant and never got around to it, guess now I'll wait until Columbus Day.

Donna Maria @ Indie Business said...

Hi Roe!

What a beautiful view from your bedroom window. The garden is just beautiful, and the red peppers make me hungry for some spicy Asian food. They're so pretty! At first glance, they looked like artwork on the plate! Thanks for sharing!

Kess said...

oh Ro! What a beautiful garden. It is so clear that love is growing there. Thanks so much for posting the pics. I needed to be greeted by something truly beautiful this morning.

Love you!

Kess