My last post for 2014 …
Our summer garden is doing nicely as you would expect. The zucchini plants are pumping out long green shafts on a regular basis, we are digging up and eating purple heart spuds daily, the cucumber is doing a brilliant job of climbing over everything in its way (I’m still scratching my head in amazement – I planted it in the middle of a bed!). The runner beans are hauling themselves up and over their trellis, chilli plants are bushing out and boasting flowers, the salad garden is full of lettuces and beetroot waiting in line to be munched on, there is beautiful colour and cheer from all the zinnia, cosmos, cleome, geraniums, marigold, nasturtium and calendula growing very happily amongst my veg. I even have carrots on the way and loads of them.
The orchard is looking superb with plums ripening, peaches getting plumper and the wild turkeys standing close by waiting.
So I should be posting pics of our garden madness shouldn’t I?
Well guess what, I’m not – LOL.
We live very close to the coast and a gannet colony which just happens to attract thousands of visitors each year from far and wide.
So with a new camera in hand (thanks Andrew) I was out and about the other day snapping!
Thanks for stopping by this year …
Wishing you and your families a very HAPPY NEW YEAR!