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Tuesday, October 11

Seeing Green






Zucchini ripe for picking and eating for dinner tonight
Celery which is taking ages to grow
Potatoes
Mint and basil
A much needed cup of tea
And a cute invitation for my niece's 1st birthday party.

16 comments:

  1. so exciting to see those vegies!!! My vegetables are not going so well after moving to the cold Hills of Melbourne, such a different climate - I think I need a green house! xx

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  2. Your veges are looking fantastic- do you have any problems with possums? melx

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  3. Your garden looks lovely!! I picked up a couple of lettuces and some broccoli from my Dad today. Brian had a blast in his garden, eating freshly picked peas - the perfect little man snack!

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  4. wonderful you growing your own food!

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  5. Love seeing that fresh produce from the garden. I used to drink that same tea. Now we drink Madura for normal tea and Nature's Cuppa brand of Organic Earl Gray. have a lovely evening. Jane x

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  6. Loving the vegie patch photos! Delicious I'll bet!

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  7. Your vegie garden is looking gorgeously healthy. Love the neat little rows. Don't you just love picking something from your own garden for a meal?! My vege patch is pretty neglected at the moment and most things have gone to seed..... must get on to that this weekend.

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  8. Such great garden rewards well done!

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  9. What a joy all this yummy green around you. All your hard work( I know growing vegies is something that takes a lot of your attention).

    Well done.

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  10. Oh wow, your garden's looking amazing! I love your pretty mug too x

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  11. Great to see your garden is doing so well! My celery is also taking foevvvverrr!! That invitation is so cute :) Your basil looks so lush!

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  12. oh i love zucchini flowers. we had them filled with a delicious cheese combination at a lovely restaurant on sydney harbour (our annual work christmas function). they are so so delicious. i love your garden. xo.

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  13. the garden's looking good - we've been overrun with raspberries and potatoes and there's not much room for anything else
    the ladybird is very sweet!

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  14. Lovely! I've just bought green tea which I'm really tying to like. Love the invitation x

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  15. Beautiful! We're just headed the other way into the withered time of year. I'm all for tea. I'll bring a cup next time and linger longer at your lovely site. Warm regards, Lisa

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