Tuesday, July 17, 2007

More fun with hardneck garlic

So what if you can't braid hardneck garlic? You can make a lovely bouquet that won't wilt.


Allium sativum 'Music'

12 Comments:

Blogger kate said...

Now that's just cool. Thanks for giving me a smile.

18 July, 2007 08:48  
Blogger Inland Empire Girl said...

Great idea. I know there is something else I could do with lavender if I am not so crafty!

18 July, 2007 23:01  
Blogger Yolanda Elizabet said...

LOL! How very avante garde! ;-)

19 July, 2007 22:00  
Blogger fiona-h said...

good heavens!!!! don't send me that for valentines day!

19 July, 2007 23:04  
Blogger Iowa Gardening Woman said...

Now that is an interesting bouquet.......:).

20 July, 2007 13:27  
Anonymous farmingfriends said...

What a great photo!
Sara from farmingfriends

22 July, 2007 07:56  
Blogger THE BLUEST BUTTERFLY said...

Neat. We are going to pick our garlic soon....tonight in the dark even. Can picking garlic be romantic?

29 July, 2007 21:22  
Blogger Ottawa Gardener said...

My husband was complaining about my loose bundles of hardneck garlic. Perhaps I should try this.

05 August, 2007 15:51  
Blogger Matron said...

that's wonderful! You might just have inspired me to display more of my veggies as table arrangements!

06 August, 2007 13:36  
Blogger Petunia's Gardener said...

Very nice! Do you prefer hardneck over soft? I did get a harvest from my mystery bulbs from last fall, but this year I want to be more selective.

In your comments on the beans, you asked about coffee bags. From connections at one of the local coffee roasters of course. If you'd like to give them a try, I could pick up some for you too.

11 August, 2007 10:47  
Blogger Kylee said...

I just bought some 'Music' to plant later this fall. I can't wait! Very creative here!

12 August, 2007 22:07  
Blogger Kylee said...

Love your bouquet, Molly! I just planted garlic for the first time this fall. Maybe I'll get a great bouquet like yours next year! :-)

15 November, 2007 11:08  

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