As my little Pak Choi is doing so well, I started on a Celery and this is a quick glimpse of the progress so far. I also planted on my second Pak Choi and will wait to see what happens with that. It has quite a few sprouts coming up from the base, which is why I left it that bit longer in the water - to give them a chance to get taller, so it's a little haphazard, we'll see what happens.
The Celery is a slower grower, but I'm impressed by the bunching - it looks productive! Unlike the Pak Choi, which looks like the second little shoot is never going to go any further than it has. I need to find out more about Pak Choi as I'm not entirely sure what it does now and when and what I can do with it.
Meanwhile, my apple tree is budding in a beautiful deep pink:
We have horses, and a foal - who doesn't love a foal, now grazing in the bottom field:
And, as Megs snuck into the last celery picture and we're indulging in a little cute today, here's a gratuitous picture of Finn doing what he does best...
making cute look easy. I almost forgive the thunk on the chest wakeup call at 4ish this morning. Almost. She says, smiling fondly ;o)