That is quite the set up you got there! :) It is so much fun to watch and grow and to harvest and enjoy!!!!
Wow, that was quick. You must be really good!
I love doing that! Maybe next year...
I hadn't any idea it was that quick!!! I have always wanted a vegetable garden and I have never tried!!
Very nice. We have those garden in a bag for the winter. Keeps us in fresh herbs all winter long.
So cute! I see them! How nice it would be to have lettuce growing in your backyard!!!
They do grow so quick.
I can't wait to see how your indoor garden progresses!
Wow...that is quick!!! Good to know! :)
That is so awesome!Unfortunately I have no space for that kind of endeavor! But I do so enjoy my summer garden!
Ok I am glad to told me that was a gardeen photo and not a food photo. I guess today I am not the brightest bulb in the box.
I love indoor plants and look forward to learning more about them from your blog.
Get the salad bowl ready!! LOL This is the 1st year we are trying to grow lettuce--it's looking good. Hopefully we can get a little harvest out of it.
Wow less than a week and you have sprouts allready! I am impressed, I do not have a green thumb for indoor plants. I do fine with the outdoor ones but thats it1
Aw--they look so cute! I can't wait to see them grow into grown-up lettuce!!
I couldn't even keep my mums alive...How I envy your green thumb!
I did some great indoor seedlings last spring. Only to have them all dug up when I planted them outside. :( :(
I love plants, only I don't have a green thumb at.all.Keep showing up their progress!!
good for you for gardening in the winter!happy friday!!!
Um, tell me that didn't happen over night. Seriously, how long did it take for the lettuce to sprout?
I wish I could have kept my little plant going. I think I either over or under watered it. Not sure why i suck with that and cooking. Awesome and want the updates. I have a caption this contest with entrecard points up for grabs today. Looking forward to your entry!!!
THAT was FAST...Lightning FAST!!!!GO Lettuce!- Jennifer
Wow! That was quick!
Wow! That is fast! I love the idea of an indoor garden. I have too many little gardeners who would LOVE to help!
Your picture makes me think spring and then reality sets in and I know winter is coming.
Nice So where are you going to put the seedlings when they grow out of those? Just curious? Year round salad! I love it!
They're so cute! Maybe I'll try it one day - I've managed to keep one plant alive for a few years now. I might finally be ready!
That's very cool! I've always wanted a garden. Maybe I can convince hubby to tear out some bushes in the backyard. :-)Thanks for stopping by my blog. The play went great. Lyric said there were lots of messing up, but we (the audience) didn't notice anything)
Wow that does happen quick..I will have to get my kids to plant this..they will be happy to see results quickly! :)
I'm jealous over you green thumbThey look great :D
Our middle son is going to get lettuce seeds tomorrow to start seedlings. I thought he was a little late but you've put those fears to rest, LOL.Thanks for stopping by today!
Wow! Who would have thought things would be sprouting already! That's awesome!
I need to do that. What a great idea!!
I've decided to start an indoor garden this season, too. Mostly herbs, I think, but plan to start the tomatoes inside around March. Hey...I've got a Great Gift for you over at my place this morning...check it out!
Neat idea. We grew some fresh lettuce this summer. Nothing's better than a ceasar salad made the harvest of your garden.(As my wife reminded me when I was typing this, chocolate cake is the exception to the above statement)
Thanks for visiting my place. I am new to yours and what a great blog! I have always wanted to grow herbs inside but didn't know how. I just might try!
I am totally impressed. I keep saying I am going to start stuff early. Maybe after I graduate in December I will actually get that done. Maybe...
Yay Sprouts! You have Green Giant babies.