Friday, August 17, 2007

My First Harvest


I grew a little pot of peppers - and this is my first harvest!

16 comments:

Worldman said...

Hello. You are now in my favorite blogs. And tomorrow there will be a "welcome" post dedicated to you. :-)

Sue's Daily Photos said...

Hallo Peter,

Vielen herzlichen Dank fuer deine netten Worte und fuer die grosse Ehre in deinen Bloggerkreis aufgenommen worden zu sein! Ich weiss das sehr zu schaetzen!
Ich werde morgen sehr gerne in deinen Blog reinschauen! In der Zwischenzeit geniesse mal all die vielen feinen, anderen Icecreamsorten noch vom Moevenpick!:-))

lyliane said...

Hello!I am lazy to speak English, we are in holidays. Today I have cooked a "ratatouille ni├žoise" with sweet peppers,we enjoy it.

Sue's Daily Photos said...

Hi Lyliane,
Je te souhaite belle vacances!!!
Thank you for your comment. And if you need more peppers for your next Ratatouille come by in some weeks, maybe there will be more grown in my yard! :-))

GMG said...

Congratulations! They look hot...
Thanks for your visits and comments to Blogtrotter. I made a post on Algarve; competition apart, the beaches are better...

Bob Johnson said...

Nice crop!, I admire anyone that can grow more than weeds in their garden. Like me.

Zsolt said...

you created a great composition:)

and your Hungarian is great:)

Sue's Daily Photos said...

Szia Zsolt,

Thank you very much for the compliment to my picture and for my Hungarian talking.

I wish it could be better, but for taking vacation time in my home country and to talk with my family over there it's still good enough!:-))

RennyBA said...

Greatly composted picture!
You can grow those in Norway too, but then you have to get a better and warmer summer than this year.

Btw: Thanks for your visit and nice comment on my Soggy Summer in Norway post! Also I've heard that the new Hurricane DEAN is getting stronger. I do hope all is okay with you!

Sue's Daily Photos said...

Hi Renny

I'm happy you liked the "results" of my gardening experiment.:-))

I think we will be lucky about Hurrican DEAN. His path will be probably more to the west!
http://www.wunderground.com/tropical/tracking/at200704.html

karoline said...

oh i luv peppers sue...it makes me so sad to think this was the first year in 25 that i didn't plant a garden..

sniff

:)
k

Sue's Daily Photos said...

Hi Karoline

Yes, even a little garden brings so much relaxation and joy, right? Maybe you can do it next year again - it's never too late! Thank you for commenting here too.:-))

Awo IYeroArg said...

Nice, very nice, is for put on the wall.

Sue's Daily Photos said...

Hi Andres,
thank you so much for taking your time to comment on my photo. Maybe I should try to paint this picture... you are right, it will make a nice still life painting on the wall.:-))

La delirante said...

Hi! Great picture. I love red chilies.

Sue's Daily Photos said...

Hi Wen,
Thank you so much for your kind comment. I cooked the red peppers already in the last "Ratatouille" and they were a very nice hot taste.

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