Saturday, June 18, 2011

*weekend sale*

Morning Dolls! Offering 15% off all purchases from Friday June 17 to Sunday June 19 with code QK15OFF
be sure to stop by, i've added a bunch of new items to the shop!!!

Naughtee Bits SALE!

Friday, June 10, 2011

garden fresh cocktails, YESSS!!!

sunset never seems to miss the chance to ease my mind and relax me in thoughts of garden/backyard/balcony oasis we take a time out from my aphid nightmares and dream of cocktails! but not just any ole summer cocktails, ones infused with the fruit of our labors, fresh from our garden ingredients! WOOOOT! now only if my babies make it this far! =/


Your backyard paradise

Sip a garden-fresh cocktail 

it starts with a peach martini with chiles and goes on....yum! =p


Wednesday, June 8, 2011


Friday, June 3, 2011

lemon cucumber confusion?? =s

well when my first cukes (bush) started flowering i went google crazy with searches on self pollinating, how to tell a male from female flower, etc. now that i finally have that down, a day or two before we went away for the long weekend the lemon cucumber starts to bloom! like a bunch!!! great, mommy's gonna be a few hundred miles away from home, and my baby is just starting to go CRAZY!

i did a quick once over (which around here equals 3 long hard questioning glances, lol), but i could not tell the male flowers from the female?! maybe it was just that the males bloom first??? when i came home and took a little time to oggle and molest my darling, you guessed it, i STILL could not tell the difference =/

sooo, let's go to the tape (internet). I found this quick, sweet, and to the point thread over at Marin Homestead on how to tell the difference between a male and female lemon cucumber flower, SCORE!

check it out, pretty much the same as other cukes, female has a fruit at the base of the flower, blah, blah. i'll take another survey tomorrow, but i think it's just male flowers currently in bloom.
we'll see...

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

wordless wednesday 6.1.11


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