Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Very Straw-berry

Soooooooo pretty!!
I'm loving watching these plants go from bloom to fruit right before my eyes.
My plants are fruiting very quick, probably because,
all though they were healthy adult plants,
were root bound and underfed in the old pot they were in.
Now they have room, good soil, and plenty of water.
Queen Uno suggested the strawberry tower for Blooming Tuesday today.
You will notice she takes it upon herself to personally to over see the growth of hubby's strawberries.
(I'm hoping to have some fresh ripe ones for when he comes home later this week.:)

~This message has been approved of by Queen Uno~

~Long Live The Queen!~

Happy Tuesday!!

Blooming Tuesday!!

Cats On Tuesday!!

12 comments:

Nola @ the Alamo said...

Learning something new every day; I've never heard of a strawberry tower! It sure seems to be working, and Queen Uno is doing a great job overseeing.

JEWELGIRLS KATZ said...

Guard those strawberries Uno! You
never know what flying bird might
want a little lunch! :) lol
Happy COT!

Deb said...

Hope you get lots of juicy berries from your plant!

Gattina said...

What a life ! Laying in the sun under a strawberry tower on warm wooden pannels ! in short the paradise !

Jean said...

I can't believe you have berries all ready! Happy Bloomin' Tuesday! Jean

cats of wildcat woods said...

Good work guarding the berries!

Gail said...

My mouth is watering!

Alea said...

The strawberries look delcious! I am excited because mine have just started to flower - won't be long now!

The Chair Speaks said...

Queen Uno's kingdom expanded to include strawberries now?

Paula said...

LOve your tower! I am curios what it looks like when it is empty - I nave't ever seen one of these before. What state are you in? Thanks for sharing! Paula in Idaho
ps Love Child of God music!

Connie said...

Queen Uno must be doing a good job overseeing the strawberries - they look great, and I love the tower they're in.

Thanks for posting!

Laurie and Chris said...

That is a great way to grow strawberries.