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spring is such a magical season…. I LOVE your garden xxx
magical indeed.. and thank you michelle. x
:)) love your stories so much ! :) and you are lucky indeed to have such a space and to be able to grow all these herbs and vegetables yourself ! why the groups i wonder …is that a natural way to keep away certain insects ? btw …one thing i know about brussel sprouts : they have magic powers :) thank you for your story M !!
thank you t for taking the time. i’m glad you enjoy reading my silly stories and i don’t care for magical powers if it involves brussels sprouts! i think the group planting is because certain vegetables have different soil requirements. it also has to do with crop rotation, certain pest and diseases tend to breed in set conditions, so by moving the different groups of vegetables from bed to bed the pests and diseases don’t have time to thrive. got it?!!!
ah ok got it :) …so you planted the brussels sprouts to sell them than or what ? if they are that disgusting i wouldn’t plant them …and “silly stories” are your words M not mine ! i don’t think they’re silly at all !!
no way… i didn’t plant brussels sprouts! over my dead body.. actually not even!
so gorgeous!! your yard is a magical place. and your family is indeed very lucky. ;) you are a one woman display of absolute creativity! in every area!!
thank you so much c… i can’t wait for you to visit.. x
I love reading and watching this. Your garden looks beautiful and I wish you wonders for the next seasons to come, to have your vegetables from your own garden is such a pleasure… (we’re still having lots of tomatoes every day)
Enjoy spring, growth, new fresh leaves and flowers! xo
thank you marion… for taking the time to look and read. i hope all of what i’ve planted is plentiful.. last year i had trouble with beans, cucumber and the carrots and beetroot didn’t much happen at all either, but the tomatoes and basil were especially fantastic. so wonderful you’re still picking tomatoes! xx
…packin’ my bags…coco
tap tap tap…. i am waiting h.. coco
oh such a treat to see your very special corner of the world…just lovely
Unbelievable! You still look stylish even when doing the gardening!!
Love to have a glass of red around that garden table *hint hint* ;)
Beautiful garden and you can see the love :)
thank you.. but you’re a nut.. why are we still up?
Don’t know………..sleep would probably be a good thing right now!