Blog Posts of the Week II

All the recipes this week are salad recipes, and can be found on my other blog, Sarah's Simple Stitches.

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day May 2010
Garden Blogger's Bloom Day was this week. I tried participating for a while, but could never remember to take pictures and get them posted. Now I just enjoy other bloggers' photos. GBBD is hosted by Carol at May Dreams Gardens. You can find other bloggers' gardens by scrolling down to the comments section on Carol's post.

The Seed Keeper Kit - A Review
Have you ever seen something and immediately knew it was perfect for ______ (fill in the blank)? Our Little Acre declares this to be the perfect seed organizer. I keep my seeds in this oversized (for seeds) box where the aren't really organized at all. The herbs, flowers and veggie seeds are kind of divided, but that's as far as organization went. Guess what's on my Christmas list this year? The Seed Keeper Kit is available online here.

You Might be a Gardening Geek: Rainy Day Edition
Every so often Carol of May Dreams Gardens posts about habits and attitudes that might prove that you are a  "Gardening Geek". Click on the 'gardening geek' label at the bottom of the post to see more "You Might be a Gardening Geek" posts.

Do it Yourself Kitchen Garden Inspiration: Build an Amish Cold Frame
This would most likely solve my cold frame problems (which I never did get around to blogging about). This post is from In My Kitchen Garden. Maybe I could sweet talk my Grandpa into helping me make one...

Tuesday Dose of Cute: Meeting Marta
This post is from Farmgirl Fare, sister blog to In my Kitchen Garden. It's lambing season, and the cuteness factor on this blog always goes up by about 110% during lambing season.

I hope you enjoy these posts as much as I did!


Stone Art said...

Thanks for the links, will check them out!

kerrie said...

Thanks for featuring the Seed Keeper on your blog!!
Hope you have a bountiful planting season.
Kerrie and Carol
The Seed Keeper Company

Landscapers Web Design said...

Good excellent post, Thank you very much

Sarah said...

Stone Art - You're welcome - I hope they will be useful/informative for you.

Kerrie -- You're very welcome!

Landscapers - Glad you liked it.

Table Top Fountains said...

Excellent links- thanks for the info!!

Online Nursery said...

Enjoyed these. Some were so great, I have made copies for future use. It's boring with meat and potatoes every night.