We Have Sprouts

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Ya’ll, this is a monumental day. I need everyone to take a moment and brace yourself for this.

Are you ready?

You sure?

We have sprouts people!

That’s right, the beginnings of a little plants are actually growing.

I can actually say I’m successfully growing something.

If you missed my other post, be sure to read about these amazing little seed pods here.

If you are curious which two plants are growing from the three I received, so do I.

I kind of forgot to label each one or at least assign a pot/color to each plant. So, it’s a mystery.

But, for me, it doesn’t really matter. I feel like I’ve accomplished something major by just growing something. The key is just to keep these things alive.

I can’t wait to put these little veggies and herbs to use once they are fully grown. I’ve even already thought of a few recipes/meals I want to make with them.

I want to use my basil to make this pasta with fresh tomato sauce.

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Looks like the perfect dish for warmer weather.

I also want to make my own deep dish pizza and top it with some fresh spinach.

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Clearly I have a thing for Italian dishes.

These Gro-ables, so far, are super easy to grow. They’ve been indoors the whole time {minus a few hours of fresh air I felt they needed one Sunday afternoon}. If I can get them to grow, you know they are easy to use.

If you want to go all out and grow an entire garden, sign up here for everything you need for a salad and herb garden. Here’s a little video with everything you will need to know to get started.

If you grew your own Gro-ables herbs and veggies, what dish would you make with them?

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