Monday, March 1, 2010

Macro Monday: Dinosaur Kale

There's a light rain this morning forming little ponds in the centers of the dinosaur kale. They are two years old and about to bloom; new ones are being propagated as replacements.

Farmer Rick and I finally planted the grape vine this weekend we've held captive in a pot for four years. We've had a difficult time deciding where to plant it as it will require building an arbor, and those tend to be focal points in any garden. It continues to amaze us with new shoots each year, waiting for us to get it together. So we chose a sunny spot in the short grass prairie, overlooking our sky chairs and pond.

As soon as we got it planted, we came in the house and found out our son and his wife are expecting their first child! So it was a momentous weekend! Happy March everyone!

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colleen said...

All things have their own beauty, even veggies!

Anonymous said...

cool macro :)

Ed said...

Great shot and congrats on becoming grandparents...:-)))

Callie said...

We are still at the talking about planting stuff stage.

Yes, congratulations!

Shannon said...

Nice texture! I love the added touch the water gives.

Congratulations! It was a momentous weekend indeed!

Brenda said...

great shot! congrats on the news! I love being a grandparent!

Jill said...

Very pretty. It almost looks frosty. Still buried in snow here.

Dana and Daisy said...

OH BOY! What shall we call you! Grams, Grammers, Mimi? fun times ahead!

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

You guys are going to be grandparents?! Awesome!

Cool macro, too!


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