Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Did you guess Yellow Pepper?

If you guessed Yellow Peppers, you got it right!

How to stop a dog from digging in a garden. Start right! Never let the dog see you digging . . . Doggy see, doggy do

Why do melons have fancy weddings? Because they cantaloupe.

Grow your own dope........Plant a man ~Faye

If I could only grow green stuff in my garden like I can in my refrigerator

Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit;

Wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad
Remember, NOTHING is safe from a MadSnapper


Ann said...

I didn't guess, I had no clue. It sure looks good. So true about not letting a dog see you dig

Kymberly Foster Seabolt said...

Love "green in my refrigerator."

So true. :)

From the Kitchen said...

Does your husband grow everything from seed he's "harvested"? My grandmother used to collect and grow a lot of flowers from seed and they seemed to get better each year.


Judy said...

I love the "green in my refrigerator" too!
Who knew that "Santa" had such a green thumb!!!!!!
That's what I call true "recycling".

Lucy (aka rharper) said...

Nope. I'd never have thought of that. But then I'm no gardener either. I know nothing. :((

srp said...

Oh, this reminds me of my "bell pepper" story. I am now really careful about pepper plants.

George said...

I look forward to seeing the pepper plants grown from these seeds. I'm glad nothing is safe from the Mad Snapper.

Chatty Crone said...

Love your green in the refrigerator - mine might be green mold - lo.l sandie Just kidding.

Tipper said...

Well that made my day! I'm excited to plant my stuff from my own seeds this year : )

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Sandra, this would have been a tough one to guess. The yellow pepper looks lovely and sure hope it does grow well. I told Grenville about growing tomatoes from the "slime" but he prefers to start from plants.

S. Etole said...

That's one huge pepper ...

SquirrelQueen said...

Nope, I never thought about yellow pepper. I had just seen a watermelon on another blog so it was on my mind.

Yellow peppers are the best, far better than the green.