A couple nice surprises in the Garden

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May 7, 2014 by Buffy

The garden is looking fantastic! I watered it and picked some broccoli and lettuce.  I also found the first tomato bloom of the season!  Insert happy dance here!

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I also found this surprise!

Cauliflower

Cauliflower

It is cauliflower!  I thought it was cabbage!  What a wonderful surprise!   They do kinda look alike. Right?

I love nice surprises!  Do you ever find nice surprises in your garden?

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3 thoughts on “A couple nice surprises in the Garden

  1. Bill says:

    I love surprises like those. Our gardens are starting to burst with goodness. Lots of great food everywhere. We don’t have any tomato blooms yet (I haven’t even put the transplants into the gardens) but there is a bloom on one of our pea vines, which makes me smile.

    • Buffy says:

      I think this week will be full of new blooms in my garden. I sure love seeing what everyone else is growing too. Happy Gardening!

  2. I would have done a happy dance, too!

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