I don't post English translation of Japanese recipes without permissions from the recipe authors. But feel free to contact me about the dishes you're interested in.
How exciting! Nothing better than watching things grow in the garden. Can't wait to see how you use them when they are ready!
Wow, they sprouted fast!
I love seeing sprouts and buds! Most exciting... =)
These photos remind me of new beginnings.... so beautiful!
In a few months, as the plants grow and grow, you will start to wonder how such a small seedling can produce so much zucchini. No doubt you will receive countless recipe suggestions for what to do with them.
My Bento Diet;Yeah. I'm dreaming of using the flowers! You know, stuffed zucchini flowers.Tindy;Right. I was surprised.Anonymous commenter;So do I. I could watch them for hours. :)Implosion;It's nice that there's always new beginnings in life, right?Mora;Mmmmmm... I can't wait! :D
Indeed beautiful and they look so healthy! Keep fingers crossed. First time, so beginners luck?
Actually many websites I read said that sprouting was no problem. Almost all seeds sprout alright. But they may not grow alright, and pollination can be difficult, they say.
Post a Comment