My window garden

I have a very small kitchen garden, at the kitchen window. The plants are my babies; sweet cherry tomatoes and nice smelling Basil and Coriander/Cilantro. The Chili pepper plant hasn’t bloomed yet, but I’ m keeping my fingers crossed that I will get some fruit later on. Today I sowed Thyme that I hope will grow well.

9 Responses to “My window garden”

  1. Anne
    May 28th, 2005 19:19

    Gorgeous! And the cats leave it alone?

  2. Chanit
    May 28th, 2005 21:38

    I love your ‘window garden ‘,
    i have something like this too,makes me happy every time i pass by .
    Also your Blog is great ! thanks (my blog is very very new)
    Chanit from Israel

  3. Dagmar
    May 30th, 2005 09:11

    Hi and thank you both!

    The cats have never been interested in my plants, besides of Tanuki that loves to chew on the Bamboo-plant that I buy especially for him at IKEA :-) Yoshi has a plant that he sometimes play with but all other plants are left alone by both of them. My mother has problems with all of her plants though, her cats try to destroy them all…

  4. Dagmar
    May 30th, 2005 10:33

    Chanit, which is the address to your blog? It would be nice to read it.

  5. chanit
    May 31st, 2005 16:08

    Hi dagmar ,
    My blog is very new, have no pics at all (yet), and only 2 recipes..
    but, come and visit :
    (please cut and paste the add.)
    The bread recipe i gave there is VERY GOOD .
    Chanit :-)

  6. Dawn N.
    June 1st, 2005 16:44

    Love the garden. Love your blog.

    And I have those same goose tins. I believe every woman in the world has those same tins.

  7. Dagmar
    June 2nd, 2005 10:37

    Hi Dawn, thank you :-)
    I actually thought about trowing away the tins when I moved last time, but I’m glad that I didn’t. They are useful for many things :-)

  8. Chanit
    August 6th, 2005 19:26

    Hi Dagmar
    You can visit my new Blog, here:

    Chanit from Israel :-)

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