Thursday, June 4, 2009

Discoveries

I had to crush a leaf a little to make sure: yes, a thyme seedling. From a minute thyme seed, fallen sometime last year, frozen through winter, nourished by rain, germinated and 2 inches high this June.

Sweet surprize. The sniff-test confirmed it as as summer savoury. Grown about 6 feet away last year in a tiny pot, allowed to go to seed, and look. I have summer savoury again. One of my favourite cooking herbs.

And another one, smaller, up amongst the fallen petals.

I also discovered that I can hoover up my rose petals without sucking up gravel. Sweet.

2 comments:

  1. hilarious!

    nice hoover visual.

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  2. nice...aren't those little surprise plants called "volunteers"? As in we'll volunteer to grow again for you this year?

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