Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Evening Primroses

4.21 Evening Primroses


Unbeknownst to me, some of the evening primrose seeds tagged along when I dug up my roses when I moved. Not many, but enough for a small bouquet in my favorite pitcher.

Here's a shot of the evening primroses in 2007 at my old house.

Other garden updates.

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1 year ago today, 5 months of wash for $5, Homemade Laundry Detergent.
2 years ago today, a reader makes my recipe for ca ri ga (Vietnamese chicken curry).
3 years ago today, my oldest uncle's wife's banh xeo (Vietnamese sizzling crepes).

4 comments:

  1. Tagged along? No, no, they knew what they were doing. They hitched a ride to a new locale and begin their conquest of the new territory! It took me years to eradicate this delicate but tenacious plant.

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  2. Oh, that's lovely! I like garden surprises. I repotted some herbs and thought summer here had killed of the lemon balm, but up it popped in my compost. Hurrah!

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  3. That is very pretty. My garden needs some cheering up!

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  4. Nikki,
    Haha. I wonder how the renters at my old house are appreciating the evening primroses then.

    Oanh,
    I had a tomato plant growing out of the side of my compost bin once. That was a nice surprise!

    W&S,
    I need to start figuring out what to do with my new garden! Wonder if any evening primroses hitchhiked to the new place.

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