Slowly Approaching the time of Plenty: Spring!

Tonight’s sourdough pizza greens, all harvested outside after most of  the snow  disappeared during the day. From the top and clockwise; Ficaria verna (lesser celandine / vårkål), Allium cernuum (nodding onion / prærieløk), Hablitzia tamnoides (Caucasian spinach / stjernemelde), Allium carinatum, Allium senescens (or hybrid), Primula veris (cowslip / marianøkleblom), Alliaria petiolata (garlic mustard / løkurt) and Taraxacum spp. (dandelion / løvetann)

2 thoughts on “Slowly Approaching the time of Plenty: Spring!”

  1. Honestly, I have to say that spring is my favourite season. I love to see how everything is awakening to life, all plants are getting green and flowers start to bloom. It is gorgeous how our environment looks like! Lately I have ordered spinach seeds from . I am waiting for my package because I’ve read that it is an annual variety for balconies and terraces so it is perfect for my flat! Do you like spinach?

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