Tuesday, February 7, 2012

In The Garden









it's thriving- we eat from it daily. In fact we had this salad with our cannelloni tonight.

Getting major inspiration form here too. 


19 comments:

  1. I love chive flowers! Mine never get to flower because I keep snipping away! Were your tomatoes saved from the rain? I've got a barrel load sitting rotting on the ground!

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  2. How lovely to grow your own :)

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  3. WOW! Look at you guys, all self sufficient. Must feel fantastic to eat from your own garden like that. Great shots too xo

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  4. Lovely Em! I'm such a plant killer - it was my NY resolution to at least grow herbs - so far I'm failing! Jx

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  5. Good work lady! All looks yummy xx

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  6. Pretty AND useful :) Can't wait for spring to come our way!

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  7. Oh such lovely pics- makes me loong for summer here, Thanks for posting Jo x

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  8. All your plants look so lovely with the rain on them. Mmm. Yummy. All inspired to plant chives now - looking and tasting good. Winner.

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  9. How is it I've never come across your blog... I love it. A new fan.
    www.adrianairis.com

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  10. whole larder love is dreamy.

    Your vegie patch is pretty good too ;) xxx

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  11. I'm really bad at committing to the gardening thing. I must start - I do love fresh veges straight from the garden.

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  12. Your garden photos are beautiful Em, think I'm on your wavelength, we're eating our body weight in rainbow chard, toms and herbs too. It's a great feeling shoving your home grown produce into every meal lately. Enjoy!

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  13. how exciting to have so much produce at the tip of your fingers. i am also in love with whole larder love, how awesome was that pizza post, swoon. you should also check out happyearth.com.au, they haven't bought fruit or vege for over a year! xx

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  14. Well done Em! I got my garden all dug and ready this year, and then the nausea hit - so nothing (other than the herbs that were already there) got planted. The strawberries are thriving though. I'll just have to live vicariously through your gardening this year. :)

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  15. Lovely! So inspiring. There is fruit and veg greater than home grown.

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Thanks so much for your words of encouragement, advice and solidarity.

xo em