Saturday, February 16, 2013

Scatterday - T

Cinzia picked a slightly more commonly-used letter this time:

Our categories are:
# Tasty
# Tiny
# Terrifying
# Threads

What is more tasty than tomatoes straight from the garden?

Several of the plants I'm growing for the TreeProject this year have tiny seeds, but only the Woolly Teatree (Leptospermum lanigerum) starts with T. These seeds are about 2mm long.

This lecture theatre was the most terrifying thing I had to face in the last year.

My collection of variegated quilting threads.

To see what everyone else found for this challenge, visit Cinzia's blog. She has set up a linky this time, which you will find in her right-hand margin. As long as everyone adds their Scatterday post to the linky, it will be much easier to visit them all.


  1. Homegrown tomatoes are the best. We had only one bush survive this year. Variegated threads are great.

  2. I agree with Sue, homegrown tomatoes can't be beat. Unfortunately none of our big ones survived the summer heat.

  3. I chose tasty tomatoes in our friends garden this time, just love the smell of them!

  4. Your seed planting has me fascinated. I'd love to try a few myself. Do you use them for land

  5. ....... Regeneration projects? You seem to fit so much productivity into 24 hours.

  6. Wow that's a lot of tiny seeds. A pity they don't all germinate. Love fresh tomatoes as well.

  7. That is a lot of seeds. I know you, and you would have been wonderful lecturing. Great ideas for your T's.

  8. Love the tomatoes...mine were just sad this year. Congratulations on the work with seeds and work in that theater...a fun way to learn more about each other.

  9. Great T words. I agree the lecture theatre would have terrified me too.