Thursday, June 3, 2010

T is for Tiny Carrot

We planted these seeds last year in our herb container garden. 
Isn't it the cutest little thing?

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JDaniel4's Mom said...

I think it is really cute! I hope it was a sweet one.

Viki said...

That is the sweetest little carrot I've ever seen. You would think with all the green, the carrot would have been a little bigger LOL.

Jingle said...

cute tiny carrot,
lovely t post!

Erin Wallace said...

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xo Erin

Le Chateau des fleurs said...

How cool!
My friends planted carrots over winter and had a lot of small and sweet carrots...They loved them!

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mub said...

I hope it tasted good! Sometime last year I bought carrots at the store and a teeny tiny one (not quite as teeny as that) fell out and I just couldn't stop laughing at how small it was!

Absolutely Positive said...

Hi there!

How cute! Perfect for a teeny tiny little bunny!

Have a fun Friday! :-) I am a new follower.


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Chelsea said...

Awwww, it's so cute and tiny! :)

cfoxes33 said...

I came from New Friend Friday!

Anna said...

Yes they are cute! I love carrots! Have you seen Wallace & Grommet's movie "The Curse of the Were-Rabbit"? It's basicly about a giant vegetable contest and one of the contestants has a giant carrot!
Best wishes,
Anna's Ts

Jo said...

to cute!

Jenny said...

Hi Heather!

Thanks for this sweet stop on our little journey through Alphabe-Thursday's Letter "T"!

I'm glad your tiny carrot and my tiny tomato didn't talk in advance...they might have recognized their fates and tried to escape!

Thanks for linking up with this terrific post! It's wonderful to have you here!


mrs. c said...

So cute, a teeny tiny carrot, one bite of goodness! Such a little carrot.

easternsparkle said...

I grew some like that last year! To cute to cook so eat them straight from the garden - after a wash of course!!

Melinda Cornish said...

how did it taste?

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