Garden Update

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My, ole my how my garden is growing!!! I have almost a dozen or more green tomatoes, wonderful lettuces and great fresh herbs ready to be used. I am so excited I can’t stand it. I feel like a little kid waiting for Santa and Hubs keeps telling me that it is only May and I have to be patient. The cucumbers, melons, peppers, peas, squash, eggplant etc will be a good month or two!!! AHHHHHHHHHHH. I have NO patience. He knows this. Guess my herbs & lettuces will have to do for now. Until something else pops up! Happy Gardening!!

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I have Pineapple Sage. Smells great. Yep, I bought it solely for the smell. Anyone know what to do with it?

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6 comments

  1. Cupcake Mommie (Jessica) says:

    I had pineapple sage last year. I used mostly on salad greens mixed with other herbs. It was delicious and yes, I bought it on “smell” alone too.

    At the end of the season I dried it out and still have some in baby food jars in the cabinet.

    I feel like I’m forgetting other ways we used it. If I remember, I’ll write you again!

  2. KatiePerk says:

    Looking good! I love gardens. We have pineapple sage and I use it on everything. I like to put it with chopped basil then roast potatoes with the herbs. It smells divine and tastes yummy!

  3. Chicken says:

    I planted some wild flowers a few weeks ago. They aren’t going to bloom. So now I have a flower pot that holds some very dry dirt. You have a green thumb, I have the thumb of death.

  4. Krista says:

    Very cool! My big garden is getting away from me but my little one is doing fabulous. Some of my arugula bolted me over the weekend though so I ripped it up and planted some more tomatoes..LOL

  5. Live.Love.Eat says:

    Yeah, no green thumb here but I think it’s awesome. And pineapple sage? Wow, sounds like it smells wonderful! I bet it would be good mixed with some olive oil and as a rub on chicken or pork or even fish.

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