Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Wordless Wednesday: An unusual carrot harvest






23 comments:

  1. mmmm...bifurcated carrots. which ones taste the best?

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  2. LOL. Awesome! I love it when two twist around each other. I also love your dancing carrots.

    Love all the different colors you got. Did you notice a difference in taste?

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  3. I think that is why my kids love to plant and harvest carrots haha! No matter how they look they, they are always tasty :)

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  4. Oh those pics are soooo cool! You could probably submit them to a catalog or maybe even Madame Toussad's wax museum!

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  5. That last shot of the "carrot lovers" is the best. I have only grown orange carrots. Do the purple and yellow ones taste the same as the orange ones do?

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  6. Truly, the bottom shot is the Romeo and Juliet of carrots. Don't split them up, please!

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  7. What'd ya dose those carrots with..? Love the heart rock, althought mine is better lol
    d

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  8. Ummmmmmm....a little Hanky Panky going on in your garden....where'd they learn that!!! Yikes!!!
    hahahahahahahahahahaha!!!

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  9. Well, at least your carrots grew! They may not be much, but at least you have something to show for your efforts.

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  10. Would those be mutant carrots or just various exotic heirloom types?

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  11. Whoa!! Genetics gone south...

    Kind of interesting though. Were you listening to Twisted Sister when you planted them?

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  12. I love the last one and oh that heart rock. I am a heart collector and have a lot of those. Our carrots are looking a lot the same. Funny year this year.

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  13. You got some bizarre looking carrots there - but the entwined carrots are my favorite! Have you cooked any of those different colored ones? Do they taste orange too? If not, what variety are they?

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  14. Hey we had a twistie carrot too!
    http://brokenteepee.blogspot.com/2009/08/blog-post.html

    Plus some other wild and crazy ones
    http://brokenteepee.blogspot.com/2009/08/random-tuesday_2833.html

    And one that was 13" long!

    The carrot harvest is always entertaining, isn't it?

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  15. Snort. I am laughing about these pics. Maybe still laughing about them since you were here even.

    G loves to have the little tiny ones with his lunch. I will go out and pull up the smallest ones and he thinks that they are a great treat for him!

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  16. Nice! So, now ya gotta tell us what ya did with 'em! :)

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  17. Oh I love those intertwined 'love carrots'! Kim

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  18. I'm afraid to pull up our carrots. We've tried for years, and they have always been worthless. But if I knew that even just one of them would look like your last carrot photo, I would go out right now, pull it and roll in the morning dew laughing myself silly! That could be one way to start the day...

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  19. Your carrots are wild. Love it! I apparently know absolutely nothing about growing carrots. This is the third summer of nothing. I will have to spend my long, cold winter doing some research. Enjoy your tasty treat!

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  20. You are making me laugh so hard at work!! What did you fertalize those carrots with? :-) Goat poo?

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