Time for a change

New look ‘Frog Pond Farm’ blog. Yay! As I’m not super computer savvy, I did have some help. So huge thanks to Dirk, an IT whiz and a seriously good bloke who just happens to be our neighbour. How lucky am I?

A pic post …


Just about ready


I’m NOT grumpy!


Camellia magic


Muriwai Beach




A sea of green


Monarch beauty

roast vege-1060671

Homegrown dinner!

Happy gardening

28 thoughts

  1. Wonderful enhancements to your blog!!!!! Love every pic – but the roast vegies look particularly yummmmmm!!! And who is that sweet little French Bulldog .. so very cute!!!! Look forward to the next one …… thanks Julie and Dirk!!!

  2. Nice one Julie! In this busy world, sometimes photo’s say it all without needing text 🙂 Like the others, I’m particularly liking the photo of ( and hoping for a meal of ) those roast veges. I’ll let you know when we’re back in NZ!

  3. Oh I love it, wish I had your neighbour! I have just planted an olive tree, really no idea if it will even grow in my climate. It is in a pot on the verandah so I have mroe control over its climate/watering.

  4. Nice new look! The large photos look great and really show off your photography skill and the beauty of the area. Those spuds look delicious! With any luck I may plant mine this weekend. Also, thanks for all of your very kind comments on my blog. Keep us posted on the progress of your garden. Take care.

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