Who doesn’t like spring? Flowers blooming all around us, all the trees getting alive and birds singing all day long are just a few wonders of spring.
We had a cold spring so far. With snow at the end of March, I thought that is gone take ages to see green around us. But spring is here and it brought us “The Green Magic”. These are my favorite green miracles in the spring from the garden:
- Wild garlic – It is also known as ramsons, buckrams, broad-leaved garlic, wood garlic, bear leek, or bear’s garlic. I am making an amazing Pesto and Garlic bread .
- Parsley – I use parsley in a lot of my Smoothies
- Stinging nettle – You can add it in your soups, stews, omelets, green juices, smoothies or rice etc.
- Spring green onion – So good in salad or (like my little one like it) straight from the garden.
- Spinach – Goes great in Green vegan juice , Spinach and feta cheese pie and Vegetarian spinach tart .
Make a list of your favorite spring green miracles and some of your recipes. We all need inspiration and ideas.
53 thoughts on “I love spring green miracles”
Wow what a vibrant post !
Beautiful photos – the colours look amazing!
Fab photos! Love spring vegetables particularly broad beans, wild leeks, asparagus, wild garlic, baby courgettes with their flowers and enjoy using them in fresh, vibrant dishes.
Wow! Sounds great!
Nice to view all Greens together 👍😍
Ooooooh! That pesto!
Gorgeous post! That pesto looks delicious! x
Thank you. I just made a new batch and I am eating it with everything
Beautiful pictures – makes me want to go and cook. Of course in Australia we are in Autumn and the weather is just starting to get cold.
Amazing post. In Italy I eat gnocchi made with bear’s garlic divine. Keep posting amazing posts.
Ah, thank you for the introduction to a few new greens!
You are welcome
Color my world! 🌿🌱🍃 I couldn’t resist buying herbs this weekend!
Great post, my happy pixel!! I love your spinach and feta cheese pie! I’ll make one! Thanks for the inspiration!! Have a great spring! 🙂
You made me want to get up and cook a spinach & feta pie. Very nice post and very beautiful pictures!
Your photos are inspiring. Well done
Beautiful pictures; everything looks so fresh and bright.
For me, spring hasn’t sprung until the asparagus is available. First, in the stores, then the tender green shoots pop up in the garden, and it’s official! Asparagus grilled and drizzled with lemon juice, asparagus and goat cheese tart, or steamed and dipped in butter or cheese fondue. Best veggie on Earth!
Beautiful greens. Amazing pictures.
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Thanks for sharing!! Definitely want to try wild garlic pesto.its yummy 😋
You are welcome
Great photos and the pesto looks so yummy!
All this greenery makes me happy! Here in Toronto we are ‘enjoying’ a terribly cold spring with no green to be seen.
Green will come. Patience.
Oh that spinach and feta tart! My goodness!!
This has inspired me thank you 😍
You are welcome
In Appalachia (a U.S. region), wild garlic is called ramps. Strong stuff! Beautiful photography.
The spinach and feta cheese pie looks amazing!
I just discovered micro greens! I’m in love!
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